Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) has thought of suicide after the criticism of the fans of the series
These are startling revelations that have made Sophie Turner at the microphone of Dr. Phil this Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The inteprète of Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones, whose season 8 is about to begin has admitted that he battled depression for 5 or 6 years because of criticism about her acting or her weight. The bride of Joe Jonas entrust even to have ever considered suicide…
Play in Game of Thrones is not as cool as it sounds. If Brenock O’connor (who plays Olly) has confessed to be still harass and threaten with death today, four years after he stabbed Jon Snow, he is not the only one to have suffered criticism. In an interview with Dr. Phil this Tuesday, April 16, 2019, Sophie Turner has admitted that he battled depression for several years. The interpreter of Sansa Stark is said to have badly the critics on her acting in Game of Thrones or still on its weight, to such an extent that she fell into depression when she was 17 years old. “The biggest challenge for me was to get out of bed and out of the house, and learn to love me“.
“I’ve thought of suicide many times”
The actress, now 23-year-old confides that the mere act of getting dressed would sometimes burst into tears. She admits to having felt only when his friends and his brothers went to the university, while she was running for ‘Game of Thrones’ and living at home with her parents. The media had become a “catalyst” for his depression. “My metabolism is slowed down massively and I gained weight. Then there was the social media that I examined it, I was really hurt”. She admits to “having thought about suicide many times” when she was a teenager.
Joe Jonas has helped in the fight against depression
For 5 or 6 years, she has struggled against the depression therapy and treatment. Today, she says to get better, and it is in large part thanks to her boyfriend Joe Jonas : “today, I love myself, at least more than I’ve been in the habit, I think. I don’t think at all that I love, but I’m with someone who makes me realize that I have qualities that compensate for my faults, I guess. When someone tells you that he loves you every day, it makes you reflect on the why, and it makes you love yourself a little more, so yes, I love it.”