The 23-year-old, who portrays Sansa Stark in HBO fantasy drama Game of Thrones, said she never considered taking her own life but described it as a "weird fascination".
Today, it's not taboo to talk about mental health.
During breaks from filming Game of Thrones, Sophie spent all of her time with co-star Maisie Williams, 22, but the actress admitted at some points their co-dependent relationship was 'destructive'. So I'm still on that, and I'm just about to go into press for the final season of Game Of Thrones and a movie Dark Phoenix that I did. "I just got very, very self-conscious", the actor said during an interview with Dr Philon in a podcast titled 'Phil in the Blanks". As result, "I would just believe it. I don't know why though", the actress explained. Turner explained that her depression got to be nearly debilitating and often caused her to isolate herself from her friends and made her wary to leave the house.
We've seen them holidaying together, giving each other a shout out on social media and even star in the Sucker video.
Sophie Turner is opening up about the impact that fame has had on mental health. I would cry and cry and cry.
Sophie also has a big wedding to plan - she will become the third Jonas Brothers bride later this year when she exchanges vows with fiance Joe Jonas. "I have nothing that I want to do'". "But I think when I started actually dating Nick he surprised me so much", Chopra shared.
"I [sometimes] don't think I love myself at all, but I'm now with someone that makes me realize I do have some redeeming qualities, I suppose", she says.
Admitting bosses took desperate measures to keep details under wraps, Sophie told Entertainment Tonight: "Joe was on set most of the time so he kind of figured it out and he was like, 'Can you fill me (in)?' And, he signed an NDN, NDA and everything so it's all good".
Telling all about the particular things that bothered her, she said: "People were like, "Damn Sansa gained 10 pounds" or "Sansa needs to loose 10 pounds", "Sansa's got fat".
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