Sophie Turner Emotionally Credits Joe Jonas for Helping Her Deal With Depression

Sophie Turner turns toughest Game Of Thrones scene into triumph

Actress Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark in Game Of Thrones and with her fiance Joe Jonas

Sophie Turner has bravely opened up about the depression she suffered after being cyber bullied for how she looked on 'Game of Thrones.' She even says she thought about suicide as a teen.

Sophie Turner is getting candid about mental health issues. "I have nothing I want to do". She also praised her fiance, 29-year-old Joe Jonas, for boosting her self-esteem.

The actress says falling for future husband Joe Jonas helped change her outlook. Now that GoT filming has officially been completed, Joe Jonas' girlfriend Sophie plans to focus on her mental health. I would say, 'Yeah, I am spotty.

He said: "I think that in everything we do, you know, my brothers and I, Priyanka and I, everything we do we think about the future".

"I actually am still on my break".

"There's been a few things, but I think the biggest challenge - and I've had it for the longest out of all my mental health problems - is my depression", Turner said.

"I love myself now, or more than I used to", she noted. "So, I'm still on that". "I have a real urge to go to the police academy and become a cop", she shared.

Turner also revealed her surprising other interests besides acting. "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, the latest "X-Men" is about to come out in June, so I'm getting ready for a big press tour for that". "It's a great feeling".

The "Chains" singer admitted that reforming the Jonas Brothers band was "obviously a huge adjustment for everybody", but they have gotten nothing but love and support from their significant others, including Kevin Jonas' wife Danielle. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, he said, "These incredible women have handled it so well and have been the best support system for each of us, individually and as a group. Really puberty at 17 and my metabolism was like slowing down massively and I was gaining weight and there was the social media scrutiny and everything and that's kind of when it (depression) hit me".

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