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Tallulah Willis took to Instagram on Friday to reflect on her three-year anniversary of staying clean and sober, and the eating disorder crisis she was dealing with at the time.
The youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis posted a retro shot of herself, presumably from 2014, nursing a beer with what appeared to be an unlit hand-rolled cigarette dangling from between her lips.
Week - Rehab - Stint - Post - Shot
The 23-year-old, who successfully underwent a six week rehab stint in 2014, wrote in a post alongside the shot, '3 years ago I was a malnourished string bean with aches that echoed throughout my soul,' noting that 'the internal cries to tend [her] most blistered and deep wounds repeatedly fell on deaf ears.'
She said that she was dealing with self esteem and image issues as the time, 'and as such [she] was constantly punishing for not being enough.'
Tallulah - Annihilation - Medicating - Shell - World
Tallulah wrote that 'self annihilation fueled with medicating left [her] a shell, and the world on mute,' until she was 'hoisted from [her] hole ... on the backs of powerful human beings.'
The second-generation star was presumably referring to her six-week stint in 2014 rehabbing at Arizona's The Meadows facility. Upon her release, she told fashion website Stylelikeu.com that she had battled an eating disorder and had been 'diagnosed with body dysmorphia' at a younger age, presumably fueling her inner struggle.
Sobriety - Clarity - 'life
She said that in regaining her sobriety and clarity - her 'life was gifted back to' her, and she's 'indebted' to those who...
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