Prince Harry Raises Eyebrows as Duke Says Quitting Jobs Can Be Good For Mental Health
"Many people around the world have been stuck in jobs that didn't bring them joy, now they are putting their mental health and happiness first", Prince Harry told the US business magazine Fast Company. "We're just at the beginning of the mental health awakening. This work has never been more important because people are finally paying attention".
"Not everyone has £30m tucked away in the bank. I wonder if he'd give the same advice to people whose mental health is made worse by their marriage. Be quiet H please", she tweeted.
Harry is utterly out of touch with people telling them to quit their jobs if they have mental health issues. Not everyone has £30m tucked away in the bank. I wonder if he'dgive the same advice to people whose mental health is made worse by their marriage. Be quiet H please.— Angela Levin (@angelalevin1) December 6, 2021
It is always good to get people to look after their mental health and be as healthy as they can be. But it is quite arrogant to say, quitting a job can be good - well, most people don't earn millions by travelling the world and holding speeches, most people can't just quit...— Milena Schiller Ninô (@MilenaSchillerN) December 6, 2021
The person who lives in an £11million mansion, has millions in the bank, and no proper job, is advising us to: "quit our jobs if they don't bring us joy" and says "leaving work is something to be celebrated." How would you know anything about work Prince Harry?! 🙄😐— Bel🦋notsosilentnow (@Oneofthesilent1) December 6, 2021
Prince Harry has never had to worry about keeping a roof over his head, paying bills, not having food in the cupboard. Most people have to work longer than 9-5 these days to make a liveable wage.— Emmy Johnson#FBPE#IamEuropean 🇪🇺✝️🐈🐕😷 (@emmy720) December 6, 2021
"Not everyone has the luxury to just quit and then look around - most have to keep earning before they take the plunge. But actually knowing there's a reason can be a tremendous help", Peter Francis, director at the engineering consultancy firm MAT Ltd in Worcester, told the Daily Mail.