Sophie Turner claims she had a cohabiting therapist to treat her eating disorder

“For a long time I was pretty sick with an eating disorder and had a partner,” the “Staircase” star explained to Elle UK in an article published on Wednesday. “I don’t know if you know what a mate is? He is a cohabiting therapist, who would make sure I wasn’t doing anything unhealthy with my eating habits. “

“One night, I was hearing over and over in my mind a comment I had seen on Instagram,” he continued. “I was like, ‘I’m so fat, I’m so undesirable’ and I was spinning. She said to me, ‘You know, nobody really cares. I know You thinks this, but no one else is thinking it. You’re not that important. ‘”

“That,” Turner told the magazine, “was the best thing anyone could have told me.”

Turner, who confirmed that he expected her second child with Joe Jonas previously said her depression and body image problems had been exacerbated by online comments about her “GoT” character, Sansa, about perceived weight gain. The problems escalated as she was coming out of adolescence. She said she internalized the criticism so much that he believed it and would get the costume department to tighten her corset. She said she has “very, very self-aware. “