The 9-1-1 tape seeking help for Demi Moore was just released.

When I first heard about Demi and I saw her recently in the news, I thought to myself, so many of us have been there.  Some when we were much younger, others even later in life.  Love can send you soaring high into the mountains and also send you spiraling to the depths of the valley. 

Thank God Demi had the sense to realize that she needs help, professional help.  She has backed out of a movie she was already in the middle of filming and she cancelled plans to play Gloria Steinem in an upcoming movie.  Good for her!

At some point in life you just have to put yourself and your well being above everything and everyone else.

When I heard a quote from Demi recently where she said, “What scares me is that I’m going to ultimately find out at the end of my life that I’m really not lovable, that I’m not worthy of being loved. That there’s something fundamentally wrong with me...and that I wasn't wanted here in the first place.” 

That just made me feel so sad for her.  She shouldn't even think of herself as unloveable but if blame is to be placed maybe it could be placed on the choices she has made in the people she chose to fall in love with.  I'm not sure Hollywood and actors are most conducive to healthy relationships when Hollywood, movies and romances are all manufactured.