Sophie Turner's Most Powerful Quotes About Mental Health

It's safe to say Sophie Turner is one of our newest girl crushes.

We adore her for her enviable life and cool vibes, of course. But most importantly, we appreciate her authenticity, especially regarding her mental health.

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Sophie's been open about her mental health struggles, gently encouraging everyone to do the same. Plus, she's stood up for those struggling with their own issues, letting them know that they have a community of support behind them.

If you could use a little encouragement right now, keep scrolling for Sophie's Turner most powerful quotes about mental health.

For those moments when you need to be reminded that there's always a way through the dark times:


For the times that you need to remember to focus on your positive qualities:

"When someone tells you they love you every day, it makes you really think about why that is, and I think it makes you love yourself a bit more."

-Phil in the Blanks


For the times that you need encouragement to speak up about how you're feeling:


For a reminder that it's okay to prioritize your mental health:

"I actually am still on my break. I took a break off of work to focus on my mental health because I thought it was important, so I'm still on that."

-Phil in the Blanks

For the times that you need to remember you're not alone:


For a reminder that it's okay to rely on other people:

"We've helped each other through a lot of mental-health problems, especially around body image. She's been my crutch in that, and I've been hers because it seems everything she goes through, I go through." 

Glamour UK, March 2019


For a reminder that you should always find someone to talk to, if you need it:

"Everyone needs a therapist, especially when people are constantly telling you [that] you're not good enough and you don't look good enough. I think it's necessary to have someone to talk to, and to help you through that."

Marie Claire Australia, June 2019

For a reminder that you can cope in your own ways:


For a reminder that you're not a burden:


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