Sophie Turner Said The Uvalde School Shooting And Women Being “Stripped Of Their Rights” Made Her Realize That She Had To Get Her Children Out Of America

While the star has always been open about taking medication for anxiety and depression over the years, she told Vogue that she hasn’t needed to take any since relocating — despite the turmoil of her and Joe’s divorce. 

“Not since I moved back to the UK,” Sophie told the publication. “Which is great and also surprising, because I anticipated that I’d need to – now perhaps more than ever.” 

“There’s something about a community and a support system that I’ve never realized is so important up until now,” she explained. “And I think the reason I was on medication for so long is because I didn’t have those people with me. Now that I’m back home, I’m actually the happiest I’ve been in a really long time. I’m starting over again, rediscovering what I like to do, who I like to be with.”

Following their split, Sophie and Joe have said that they plan to be “great coparents,” and that their daughters will live “equally” between “loving homes in both the US and the UK.” 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness helpline is 1-800-950-6264 (NAMI) and provides information and referral services; is an association of mental health professionals from more than 25 countries who support efforts to reduce harm in therapy.

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