Demi Moore‘s book, Inside Out, isn’t set to be released until the end of this month but in an interview with the New York Times the actress outlined her book in detail. The book details the actresses’ career and everything she’s learned along the way.

A big topic that is covered in Moore’s memior is her previous relationships. In the book she talks about her marriage to Bruce Willis from 1987-2000. During this relationship she felt a tug from Willis to stay home as he thought her acting career was taking away from family life.

After splitting from Willis, Moore met Ashton Kutcher in 2003 and wed in 2005. Following their marriage, Moore began fertility treatment to try and conceive. However, around this time she began abusing alcohol and Vicodin and the couple divorced in 2013.

Prior to their divorce, Moore said she found out Kutcher was cheating on her which would ultimately lead to the end of their marriage.

Moore told the Times, her and Kutcher’s relationship felt like “a do-over, like I could just go back in time and experience what it was like to be young, with him — much more so than I’d ever been able to experience it when I was actually in my twenties.”

Following the split, a source told People “Separating from Ashton was just a nightmare for her. It took her years to get over it. She was always very insecure about their age difference and it was devastating that Ashton left her.”

In 2012, Moore suffered from a seizure while partying with her daughter Rumer Willis, in their Los Angeles home. She was then hospitalized and sent to rehab for addiction and an eating disorder.

“Part of my life was clearly unraveling,” Moore told the Times, which reports that she is now sober. “I had no career … No relationship.”

On Moore’s memoir, daughter Scout Willis says she’s proud of her mother for “doing the internal work that she didn’t have the time to do, for a long time, because she was just in survival mode.”

Rumer added, “We grow up thinking that our parents are these immovable gods of Olympus. “Obviously, as we grow older, we start to realize how much our parents are just people.”


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