The actress spoke with British Vogue about the importance of going to therapy.
Zendaya is proud about having her mental health as a priority. In a new interview for British Vogue's October issue, the 25-year-old actress opened up about going to therapy and how it's helped her.
"Yeah, of course I go to therapy", she replied when asked about the subject. "I mean, if anybody is able to possess the financial means to go to therapy, I would recommend they do that. I think it's a beautiful thing."
"You know, there's nothing wrong with working on yourself and dealing with those things with someone who can help you, someone who can talk to you, who's not your mom or whatever. Who has no bias", the Euphoria alum continued.
Zendaya also revealed that she and her therapist often discuss finances, using the example of a trip she took to Greece two years ago in which she asked her assistant to pay for every expense with her card so she wouldn't worry.
"The hope is to have a career where you can be in a position, financially, to just do things you want to do because you enjoy the work and not have to worry about the other things", she said of handling her own money.
"But I'm always like, 'I will always need to work'", Zendaya stated. "Because if I don't work then everything can be gone tomorrow."
The Spider-Man: No Way Home star has opened up about her struggles with mental health on several occasions, explaining that most of her anxieties stem from the high expectations she sets for herself.
"I think a lot of it stems from the pressure I put on myself, wanting to do my best and not make a mistake. I definitely don't have it under control yet," she told InStyle in September 2020.
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