Demi – it’s time to stop living in denial. You need help, serious help to recover your physical and mental health. And Kabbalah counseling is NOT going to be enough for you.
Demi Moore – you have to get a toehold in reality. You are a very, very troubled woman, who could have died on Jan. 23 when you convulsed after ODing on a crazy mix of drugs.
In fact, you were so bone thin that the EMT’s who treated you when the ambulance arrived at your house, thought you were a ” cancer patient who had smoked to relieve your bad symptoms”, according to People magazine.
You need to come to grips with the facts that starving yourself to stay painfully thin, taking drugs of all kinds and partying like a wild woman, will NOT keep you young.
If anything they will speed up the aging process that you are apparently so terrified of experiencing.
“The drug abuse was a sticking point,” a source close to the couple told People. “Ashton wanted her to take care of herself and get a hold of things, and she wouldn’t … she was not the person Ashton fell in love with anymore.”
Demi, it’s so sad that you may have used drugs to cope with your insecurities over your marriage to Ashton and then your drug use actually drove him away.
It’s also incredibly sad that you have refused to believe that you needed help. Once you regained consciousness after convulsing, you didn’t even want to go to the hospital. And that has been typical of your attitude so far about your problems.
Your ex-husband Bruce Willis has tried to convince you to get help. “Right before Demi and Ashton separated, Bruce went over to Demi’s house to ask her to get help,” a source close to Demi, told People. “He was worried about her and wanted her to get better. Many of her friends did the same thing, but she just wouldn’t listen.”
Demi you MUST listen now no matter how many of Rumer’s friends parties you go to, no matter how many younger guys you hit on or lap dances you give, it will not turn back the clock or repair your marriage. Neither will Adderall, Red Bull or Whip-Its!
Ultimately, the only thing that is going to make you feel better is to rebuild your own confidence and self-esteem.
You need to love yourself again and appreciate the strength, talent, experience and beauty that you already have. And you need to stop obsessing about looking and acting like you are 25-years-old.
Ashton didn’t fall in love with a needy, bony, drug addicted woman. He fell in love with a fun, accomplished and self-confident woman.
You need to admit that you need help and then get serious psychiatric therapy for your esteem issues and serious addiction treatment for your drug issues.
You have three beautiful daughters who need a healthy mother back and you need to find your way back to being your own best friend and not your own worst enemy.
Please Demi – face reality and get the help you need!
— Bonnie Fuller
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