Reflections –

July 29, 2020 – As Moore explains, Schumacher was able to tap into her passion for the work, inspiring her to sobriety in a way that concerns about her own health and safety hadn’t. “Work was the only thing that meant anything to me,” the actress shared. “I didn’t have any value, I wasn’t enough to have kept myself sober. But doing the film was.” As Moore went on to face multiple strained marriages, she became an expert in the art of fighting for her relationship — but realized that her continual belief that she “didn’t have any value” was still holding her back.

“I think it’s a process of learning to love yourself. Accepting who you are, just as you are,” she told Cagle. “For me, I had changed myself so many times over and over to fit what I thought somebody else wanted…we’re kind of conditioned to work towards being desired, but we’re not supposed to have desires of our own.”



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