Cersei Lannister commands both bile and perhaps reluctant admiration from viewers and characters alike. She's also a practically textbook case of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner hits out at Piers Morgan over mental health tweet. The star says jokes and criticism about those who discuss mental health add to the stigma and will “shun them back into silence”. Sophie Turner has criticised Piers Morgan for his mental health comment. Pic: Ken McKay.
Game of Thrones Star, Sophie Turner, comes to the defense of mental health. Culture. Sophie Turner, aka Sansa Stark of HBO’s Game of Thrones, has taken issue with an insensitive tweet from British buffoon TV Personality Piers Morgan. Turner’s Twitter feed can often feature her playful and lighthearted jabs with GOT co-star Maisie Williams, but mental health is another topic that Turner.
Wow, oh wow! Daenerys does not have any mental illnesses, and she DOES NOT SUFFER FORM TARGARYEN MADNESS (sorry for yelling) this is what makes the burning of King’s landing so horrific. It was an intentional, calculated choice made by a sane mind.
Mental health probably isn’t the first thing that pops into your mind when you think Game of Thrones, and according to licensed mental health counselor Colleen Jordan, that’s probably a good thing because Game of Thrones is full of sociopaths, borderlines, narcissists, alcoholics, and people suffering from delusions.Character by character, mental illness is plotted throughout Westeros.
How a crazy, fantasy-filled show like Game of Thrones ended up being one of the biggest steps towards helping me overcome my mental illness. A few years ago, I was diagnosed with depression, anxiety, and selective mutism.
I watched a video on YouTube about mental illness in this wonderful epic fantasy which inspired me to write my own post. Westeros is clearly not the place of emotional and mental stability and utopian joy. Psychopathy. Ramsay Bolton, Joffrey Lannister and Euron Greyjoy are the most obvious characters that spring to mind. They all embody traits of lack of empathy, enjoyment of inflicting pain.
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