Way to stay strong, Tallulah Willis.
The 21-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore took to Twitter on Tuesday to share a triumphant photo in honor of nine months of sobriety—and it goes without saying that the young beauty has lots to celebrate.
"today marks the day I have kicked 9 months of sobrietys ass," Tallulah captioned the pic, which sees the star standing atop L.A.'s Runyon Canyon, a popular hiking location, while holding on to her dog's leash in her left hand and punching her right fist proudly into the air.
Willis hasn't been shy about her recovery process ever since she revealed that she was sober back in September. She regularly posts updates on her health, and in October, she wrote on the photo-sharing site that sobriety "was the best decision I've ever made."
TODAY I AM 9 MONTHS SOBER? buuski willis (@buuuski) April 7, 2015
The fashion blogger, who previously revealed that she was diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder at just 13 years old, also opened up about her decision to seek treatment and detailed her struggle with depression in the February issue of Teen Vogue.
"In college the depression became overwhelming," she shared. "I didn't sleep or want to talk to anyone, nothing seemed to have a point, the world lost its color, and food lost its taste. I was so removed from my body and from my mind that it was like I was living in a cardboard replica of what life should be. Not even so much because I was doing drugs but because I was so sad and so unhappy."
She wrote that it was her sister Scout, 23, "forced me to see what I was doing."
"There wasn't a huge, horrible moment, but I knew I needed to go take care of myself," she recalled.
Big sis Rumer Willis, who is currently competing on Dancing With the Stars, also recently shared how proud she is of her sibling.
"I was really inspired because she didn't try to hide from it," the actress said of her sister's sobriety. "She really owned it. She got in this mindset of saying ‘here are my flaws, and it's OK, I'm still me and I'm still beautiful and it doesn't matter.'"
Congratulations, Tallulah! Give yourself a pat on the back.