Rumer Willis rang in the New Year celebrating four years of being sober.
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis ‘ eldest daughter, 32, took to social media to share the important milestone, admitting that she’s feeling “grateful” for choosing herself above booze.
Sharing a snap on Instagram, Rumer beamed from ear-to-ear as she held up four fingers in a nod to the amount of years she’s been sober.
“4 Years Sober Today,” she wrote on New Year’s day. “So grateful for choosing myself above any need to distract or numb out.”
Acknowledging what a difficult year it’s been for many, Rumer went on: “Especially this past year when so much has come up for not just myself but the world.”
She continued: “I feel immense gratitude that even when I have no escape from the feelings that come up no matter hard [sic] or painful they may be, I try my best to live through them and come out the other side.”
The actress acknowledged what a feat her sobriety has been, writing: “This year has brought up so many challenges but I know that because I choose to rise to the challenge each and every time I am loving myself and showing myself that I am capable of getting through anything.
Rumer went on to pen an encouraging message to readers on their own journeys to sobriety, adding: “For anyone and everyone who is struggling or has a desire to get sober know that it is not a one size fits all process but it’s one day at a time.
“I don’t have all the answers, I know what has worked for me but always here to lend support or just listen.”
Rumer’s younger sister Tallulah Willis, who has also spoken publicly about her own sobriety, rushed to the comments section of Rumer’s post to share a heartfelt message.
“Watching you powerfully and elegantly metamorphosis this past year is remarkable Ruuski,” Tallulah penned.
“The most deserving soul I’ve ever met, you exude compassion, sensitivity and awareness for those in your close circle as well as the world at large. I love you!!!”
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