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January 07, 2012  | by: Katherine Bautista

Demi Moore in February issue of Harper's Bazaar

It seems as if marriage isn’t cut out for everyone. Having her third marriage collapse after claims of Ashton Kutcher’s infidelity, Demi Moore now speaks out in a startling confession–that she fears she isn’t worthy of being loved.
It may have been that this break-up has left her with some fears. But have you seen Harper’s Bazaar February issue!

The 49-year-old actress made the startling statement to friend Amanda de Cadenet during an interview with the magazine. When asked about what scares her most, Moore revealed her insecurities about love: “I would say 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.”

But like the Two and a Half Men star who appears to be moving on, having been spotted with Lorene Scafaria recently, Moore doesn’t dwell on the past. To be frank, when you look like her, who does? So when asked about her idea of freedom, she replied: “Letting go of the outcome. Truly being in the moment. Not reflecting on the past. Not projecting into the future. That’s freedom. Not caring more about what other people think than what you think. That’s freedom.”

And yes, Demi, I completely agree with you. That is freedom. But with not being lovable or even fearing there’s something wrong with you, please go take another look at the cover (as well as what’s inside the issue). That goes for everyone else who hasn’t seen it, too.

While it’s unfortunate that the break-up may still be fresh in everyone’s mind, I think the issue is perfect timing for Moore. This issue is exactly the thing that gives Demi her moment as a mom, a person and an entertainer. It shows both the world and herself that after your breakup, you are both defiantly strong and willing to move on, and most importantly that you are as sexy as you ever were. So Demi, I’m sure there’s nothing wrong with you, and maybe its others who just can’t see clearly of what they truly have.

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