Any Brain Type has a difficult time coping with tragedy, but in terms of emotional instability that can lead to depression and/or thoughts of self-worthlessness (or denial), a few designs are more prone to such.

BT enthusiasts know that Prince Harry of England is a #1 FEAR who has led an unstable life off and on over the years. Now 32 years of age, Harry finally revealed in a recent interview that he almost had multiple breakdowns after his mother, Diana (#3 FEAL) was killed in a 1997 car crash when he was only 12 years old.

We encourage you to take notes here, folks, regarding #1 males. Often, when an FEAR man encounters great difficulty, especially involving relationships, they can be prone to “pent up” their his emotions. Everything is stuffed tightly inside (unless nurture has taught #1s to open up), which can even make them appear as Inanimate “thinkers”.

Here is what Harry had to say. “For a lot of my 20s, I was a problem. I shut down all my emotions” for nearly 20 years and had been “very close to a complete breakdown on numerous occasions.”  Again, he says, “My way of dealing with it was sticking my head in the sand, refusing to ever think about my mum, because why would that help?”

As an outlet, Harry started to revert to his inner Mohammad Ali (#1 FEAR), stating he had at times felt “on the verge of punching someone” and had taken up boxing to release his aggression (no surprise here!). His older brother, William (#15 FCIL), however, clearly saw what was wrong, and wanted to help. My brother was a huge blessing. He kept saying. This is not right, this is not normal you need to talk about stuff. It’s not normal to think that nothing’s affected you.

Though #15s are among the quickest to find a solution to a problem, especially in the Inanimate world, assisting others with their emotional difficulties would not be considered the CEO’s innate strength. Yet when possessing strong values and a genuine interest in others, a nurturing component, FCILs can more resemble their DNA mate of yesteryear, the Bible’s Apostle Paul, and his remarkable love treatise found in 1 Corinthians 13. Though once a lethal persecutor of the Christian innocent, Paul abruptly and miraculously changed after being enlightened from above. Yes, there’s hope for all of us in our individual BT shortcomings!

Unquestionably, Prince William’s #3 FEAL mother had an impact on his genuine concern for others. Additionally, until recently, Harry had never before spoken publicly about his problems dealing with Diana’s death. After counseling and going out to help various charitable organization, the youngest Prince says he is doing much better these days. “All of a sudden, all of this grief that I have never processed started to come to the forefront and I was like, there is actually a lot of stuff here that I need to deal with,”he said. In conclusion, Harry says he is in a good place now.”

The two Royal brothers are very blessed to have one another. Though widely diverse from inborn BT, they can be of mutual benefit and encouragement tackling life’s challenges. As the ol golf adage goes when partners bail out one another, they hammed and egged it, so also can the near opposite siblings, William and Harry.