Tallulah Willis Seems 'Committed to Staying Healthy' Following Treatment, Says Source

Tallulah Willis Improving Following In-Patient Treatment
Tallulah Willis, and parents Demi Moore and Bruce Willis (inset)
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09/11/2014 AT 08:00 AM EDT

Tallulah Willis is working to put her past struggles behind her.

The fashion blogger and daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, 20, returned home at the beginning of September after six weeks in treatment.

"She's got a clear head and will start outpatient work," a source tells PEOPLE. "She knows there's no quick fix, but she really wants to move on."

A second source says Tallulah, who previously opened up about struggling with an eating disorder and body dysmorphia in a candid video interview, "seems committed to staying healthy and is figuring out how to make this happen . . . [In the past] her clique has included some bad seeds and she knows she can't continue to be friends with people that do drugs."



On Friday she Tweeted a positive – if cryptic – message, writing, "I think I found my soulm8 for real, but I don't know his name just his artwork. good vibies into the universe."

Reporting by PERNILLA CEDENHEIM and JENNIFER GARCIA

For more on Tallulah Willis's recovery, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE Magazine, on newsstands Friday



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