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Demi Moore talks about her childhood and her drug addiction


As a child she fished pills out of her mother's mouth, later she became addicted to drugs. Now Demi Moore has written a book about her life - and is praised by her daughter.

Demi Moore did not have it easy as a kid. Moores family traveled through the US, her childhood spent her as a nomad. She had to grow up early - when her mother swallowed an overdose of pills, Moore had to rescue her.

Moore processed her experiences in a book. The autobiography "Inside Out" is due to be released at the end of September. In an interview with Harper's Bazar, Moore has already told of her turbulent past.

"The next thing I remember with that is that with my little child's fingers I dug out of my mouth the pills my mother had tried to swallow." Her father had stopped the mother's mouth and told her what she had to do. Something has shifted in her at this point. "My childhood was over," said the 56-year-old.

Addicted to marijuana

Not only her career brought Moore in the headlines, also their relationships. At 16 she met Freddy Moore. Their marriage lasted only a few years, but the last name remained. In 1987 she married Bruce Willis. The two have three daughters. Husband number three, Ashton Kutcher, cheated on Moore with actress Mila Kunis. The two are now married.

The fraud and separation plunged Moore into a deep crisis that she also used in her book. She became addicted to painkillers and marijuana. The contact with her daughters had suffered greatly.

Check out this post on Instagram

Sweet Mom So Proud Of You !! The depth of your vulnerability and fearlessness shine through all you do. I am so excited for this new chapter for you and for the world to get to know the incredible, hilarious, compassionate, wise, goofy, warrior woman that I get to enjoy every day. I love you mom and I am so grateful for your strength in forging the path for my and my sisters to learn from your journey and create new patterns and end transgenerational trauma. This is just beginning

A post shared by Rumer Willis (@rumerwillis) on Sep 12, 2019 at 12:35 PDT

She has made the withdrawal - meanwhile, Moore and her three daughters seem to get along better. Moore's eldest daughter Rumer proudly posted the magazine cover with her mother on Instagram.

"I'm so excited that the world meets this great, passionate, wise and funny warrior woman I meet every day." She was grateful that she and her sisters should learn from their mother.

"Everything that happens to us in our lives shapes us," Moore told Lena Dunham, who conducted the interview for "Harpar's Bazar."

Source: spiegel

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