I only read the Telegraph piece (screw the DailyFail!), but WOW - that is a fantastic article and echos a lot of what many of us were saying a while back, that he needed to personalize his own experience with seeking help for his mental health. I really appreciate him speaking so candidly and honestly and I think (hope) so many people will be able to identify with what he says about how he coped (or didn't cope) with his demons. I wonder if his own experience with counseling is what drove him to take that short course in counseling (assuming that story was true). I really admire people who seek help and then feel comfortable talking about it so others who are still struggling will know they aren't alone
Nice job, Harry. Keep up the conversation and the good work (and keep seeing your therapist!).