“You are at home, you’re not with your friends, you’re not with your family, you are not able to do the things that make you feel worthwhile,” Johnson, 30, recently told Extra. “You’re kind of in this costume of depression.”
“Right now, there’s also immense pain and sadness ricocheting around the world constantly so it’s hard to feel totally positive all day, every day when the world is sad, it’s dangerous and it’s scary and it’s lonely,” she added.
The “Fifty Shades of Grey” actress said she manages her depression by staying active.
“Meditation or going for a walk, being kind to your body … Those little things make a difference ultimately.”
Johnson also added that she likes to keep herself entertained and busy.
“I’ve been reading a lot and watching a lot of movies and working on production stuff, trying to be productive,” she said.
Johnson has struggled with depression since her early teen years and revealed in an interview for Marie Claire’s summer 2020 issue that she finds her depression to be “beautiful.”