Heather Locklear scrawls third step prayer from Alcoholics Anonymous on her bedroom mirror

Heather Locklear scrawls third step prayer from Alcoholics Anonymous on her bedroom mirror as she nears the end of court-ordered treatment

By Tracy Wright For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:27 BST, 17 September 2019 | Updated: 18:08 BST, 17 September 2019

She’s sticking to a new, healthy lifestyle.

And Heather Locklear shared a few words of affirmation to her Instagram account ahead of the end of her court-ordered treatment.

The 57-year-old actress posted a photo of her mirror with the third step prayer written in hot pink lipstick to match a gorgeous bouquet of blooms.

Staying strong: Heather Locklear posted a photo of her mirror with the third step prayer written in hot pink lipstick to match a gorgeous bouquet of blooms

‘God. I offer myself to thee — to build with me and to do to me as though will,’ she wrote. ‘Relieve me of the bondage of self, that I may better do. 

‘They will take away my difficulties, that victory over them may bear witness to those I would help of thy power, thy love, and they way of live. May I do thy will always!’

The third step in Alcoholics Anonymous encourages addicts to ‘turn our will and our lives over to the care of God.’ 

Powerful: The 57-year-old actress shared a few words of affirmation to her Instagram account ahead of the end of her court-ordered treatment; seen in 2016

Locklear pleaded no contest to eight misdemeanor battery and resisting charges last month stemming from two arrests in 2018. 

Her latest stint in treatment comes as part of Heather’s court agreement where she was mandated to enter a residential program. 

Jillian Barberie told Entertainment Tonight last month that the Melrose Place star is in ‘great spirits’ and has maintained her ‘sense of humor’ while recovering. 

Barberie called Locklear ‘an amazing person’ who was by her side last fall when she announced that she was battling breast cancer. 

Rough: Locklear pleaded no contest to eight misdemeanor battery and resisting charges last month stemming from two arrests in 2018

Friends in need: Jillian Barberie told Entertainment Tonight last month that the Melrose Place star is in ‘great spirits’ and has maintained her ‘sense of humor’ while recovering; Heather shared a photo reading an AA manual with her pet pooch on Instagram

Locklear, as mandated by her court agreement, must stay in the facility for at least 30 days. The rehab was alternate to a 120-day jail stint that was stayed amid the agreement.

Locklear was arrested in a February 2018 incident in connection with battery and obstruction when authorities said she was belligerent with police who showed up to her home amid a domestic violence call.

Four months later, she was accused of battery on a police officer and an EMT in a June 24 incident at her house.

Family: She shares daughter Ava with ex husband Richie Sambora

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