During an interview Edmonton oilers mask 2020 the year when shit got real quarantine toilet paper shirt. on the Happy Place podcast, Maisie Williams revealed that being in the spotlight from a young age has taken a serious toll on her self-esteem and mental health. Cast as Game of Throne’s Arya Stark at 13, the constant social media criticism she experienced through the show’s run was overwhelming.
“It gets to a point where you’re almost craving something negative, so you can just sit in a hole of sadness,” Williams explained Edmonton oilers mask 2020 the year when shit got real quarantine toilet paper shirt. “I still lie in bed at, like, 11 o’clock at night telling myself all the things I hate about myself. It’s just really terrifying that you’re ever going to slip back into it. That’s still something that I’m really working on, because I think that’s really hard. It’s really hard to feel sad and not feel completely defeated by it.” Having built up her inner confidence over the years, Williams has been able to shift her perspective. “It sounds really hippy-dippy and like look within you to find peace, but it is true,” she said. “At the end of your day, you’re making yourself feel this way for a reason.”Also affected by the Game of Thrones mania was Williams’s co-star Sophie Turner. On Dr. Phil’s podcast series, the 22-year-old actress discussed living with depression, as well as how deeply affected she’s been by negative social media commentary in the past. It was when Turner hit puberty that she started to take negative feedback on social media to heart. “It was just a lot of weight comments,” she said, “Or I would have spotty skin, because I was a teenager, and that’s normal, and I used to get a lot of comments about my skin and my weight and how I wasn’t a good actress.” Self-conscious and feeling a lack of motivation, Turner said there was a point she had a hard time getting out of bed, and once contemplated suicide. “I don’t think I viewed myself as worthy of anything that I was doing,” she admitted. In addition to therapy and medication, her relationship with husband Joe Jonas has been healing. “When someone tells you they love you every day,” she said, “it makes you really think about why that is and I think that makes you love yourself a bit more. So yeah, I love myself.”