Emma Stone reveals she's been in therapy for 'anxiety' since she was 7

Emma Stone, who is currently busy in promoting her upcoming movie Battle of the Sexes, has revealed about a real-life 'battle' that she has been fighting since the age of seven. While appearing on a talk show, the Oscar-winning actress was asked by the host to elaborate on the meaning behind a picture she'd drawn when she was nine, which featured the words 'I'm bigger than my anxiety'. She replied, "I drew this in therapy. I was a very, very, very anxious child, and I had a lot of panic attacks. I benefited in a big way from therapy." The La La Land actress shared that both, her acting and early improvisational work helped her a lot with her anxiety. She noted, "I still have anxiety to this day but not panic attacks."