She goes on to say that she used to think about suicide as a child."It's weird". In a sit-down with Dr. Phil, the actress got candid about her mental health. I would say, 'Yeah, I am spotty.
"I actually am still on my break", she said. While Turner's story is sure to take away some of the negativity associated with mental health and the treatments for it, the most heartwarming detail may just be how she mentions that Joe Jonas, her fiancé, helped her through her treatment.
"I'm on medication and I love myself now, or more than I used to, I think". "So, I'm still on that". "At the moment I have a real urge to go to a police academy and become a cop". Turner recalled a time when comments about her body or her face or her acting made her so self-conscious that it was affecting her performance in a negative way. "The latest X-Men (movie) is about to come out in June, so I'm getting ready for a big press tour for that".
"It's a great feeling", 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", Nick shared.
The singer also admitted that reforming the Jonas Brothers band was "obviously a huge adjustment for everybody", but praised the ladies - including older brother Kevin Jonas' wife, Danielle - for being so supportive. "I was like dropping things to my friends and they're like, 'No, don't go to the meeting, just stay, ' and I'm like, 'No, if someone gives me a reason enough to cancel, I'll cancel it, ' and he just didn't pick up the hint".