It’s a big day for Scout LaRue! On her Instagram account, the youngest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore posted a photo of herself to announce the big news: she is sober. “My fifth year of sobriety,” wrote the singer and musician, congratulated by many Internet users in comments. And if Scout LaRue has long kept his addictions a secret, this is not the case with his big sister. In January, Rumer Willis also celebrated this important anniversary. “I feel immense gratitude that even when I have no escape from the feelings that arise, no matter how hard or painful, I do my best,” wrote the young actress.
“This year has been so many challenges, but I know that because I choose to take on the challenge every time, I love myself and I am able to overcome anything, continued the daughter of Bruce Willis. Be sober, know that it’s not a simple process, but it’s a day at a time. I don’t have all the answers, I know what worked for me, but still here to support or just listen. ” Their little sister, Tallulah, has also fought her demons for years after witnessing the descent into hell of her addicted mother, Demi Moore. “What happened was she relapsed when I was nine and nobody in my family talked about it and I had no idea what was going on, she had been sober all over. my childhood, “said the young woman about her mother.
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“Because of her behavior with Ashton, during those years my sisters had left the house and I was the only one left there,” explained Tallulah. “I really felt forgotten and I think I developed and nurtured the idea that she didn’t love me, and I really believed it. I know she loves me 100%, but then you are hurt. ” A particularly complicated time for the young woman, who was very afraid for Demi Moore. “I remember the anguish that drove me when I noticed that her eyes were a little more closed than usual, that her way of expressing herself was different. She was much more affectionate with me when she was not. not sober. It was very strange, she said. There were times when I got mad at her. I remember having to treat her like a child, talk to her like a child. It was not the mother who did. had raised us. ” All are now sober.
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