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Demi Moore’s Memoir Helped Her With Self-love and Acceptance

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Demi Moore opened up about how her upcoming memoir gave her a new perceptive on life.

In a new essay for InStyle, Moore revealed that her new book Inside Out helped her with self-love and acceptance.

Moore expressed, “I have this book coming out, and it’s a totally new experience. It was a very intimate, challenging project. The most important part was when I had to go back through all my things, and I started to gain an incredible depth of appreciation.”

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“Everything I had perceived as negative or bad, I now appreciate. I was recently going through thousands of photos, and, I mean, looking at the life I’ve lived, the things we’ve done, it’s incredible and I’m so appreciative. One of the funniest things I came across was when [former husband] Bruce [Willis] and I flew the girls to Columbus, Ohio, to see the Spice Girls. The pictures are so cute of just how excited they were,” Moore stated.

“Now, with the book, I realize I am ambitious for a combination of things that aren’t external — self-love, self-acceptance, and self-forgiveness, and for real connection. I feel like I’m a caterpillar coming out of the cocoon. I’m going to be a butterfly. Which entails actually leaving the house,” said the 56-year-old.

Inside Out will be released on September 24.