Jennifer Garner provided a valuable advice to a depressed fan who split from her husband.

The 48-year-old actress took to Instagram on Tuesday (June 30) to post a series of quarantine photos of herself with the caption “Quarantine, but make it fashion.” This included photos of the “13 Going on 30" actress floating in a pool and wearing a giant fur hat.

The post was soon flooded with comments by her fans who called her “beautiful” and “hilarious.” However, one comment caught the actresses’ eye. A follower going through a breakup shared her recent struggles.

The follower started off by saying, "I wish I had your happiness and feeling of security. And I don’t say that resentfully because you present yourself as a good and kind person. Your actions show you to be good and kind."

“It’s that I have finally gotten the courage to tell@my husband to leave after years of emotional abuse and I feel@like I will never find happiness or security. I find a sense of balm from seeing yours buts it’s also mixed with a winsome feeling because I don’t think I’ll@ever be there. He is so vindictive and powerful and I have nothing and no one. Why am I saying this to a stranger? I really don’t know,” the woman commented on the photo.

Garner replied to the comment with a heartfelt message.

"Your heart sounds heavy, I am so sorry. Hopefully you have powerful women in your corner, reminding you of your strength and your worth. Hopefully, you are able to calm your mind and heart with prayer/meditation/exercise/art. Laughter will come and really — it is worth fighting for. Until then, all of my love," the actress wrote.

Garner, who has over 9 million followers on Instagram, is quite active on the social media platform and has recently been posting some positive content while quarantining at her home in Los Angeles amid the coronavirus pandemic. She recently posted a video of herself dancing while doing household chores. The mother-of-three divorced actor Ben Affleck in 2018.

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Jennifer Garner is pictured here attending the 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Nov. 14, 2018. Getty Images/Steven Ferdman