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Sharon Stone, 63, says that her mother, 88, is ‘doing writing therapy’ after suffering a stroke

Sharon Stone provided an update on her mother Dorothy Marie’s health on Friday after the 88-year-old woman suffered an acute stroke earlier this week.

Taking to Instagram, the 63-year-old actress revealed that her ‘mother is doing her writing therapy’ as she showcased a piece of paper featuring Dorothy’s penmanship.

‘This is how I know she will make it too,’ captioned the star, who was clearly inspired by her mother’s strength.

Update: Sharon Stone provided an update on her mother Dorothy Marie’s health on Friday; Sharon pictured in July

Many of Stone’s fans sent their condolences, as well as words of support, in the comment section of Friday’s post. 

She previously made her followers aware of her mother’s ailment on Monday.

‘Say a prayer for Dorothy Marie Stone, my mom, who has suffered another acute stroke tonight,’ captioned the star, who included a beautiful portrait of her mother. 

Therapy: Taking to Instagram, the 63-year-old actress revealed that her 'mother is doing her writing therapy' as she showcased a piece of paper featuring Dorothy's penmanship

Therapy: Taking to Instagram, the 63-year-old actress revealed that her ‘mother is doing her writing therapy’ as she showcased a piece of paper featuring Dorothy’s penmanship

Prayers: Earlier this week, Sharon revealed that the 88-year-old matriarch (pictured) had suffered an acute stroke

Prayers: Earlier this week, Sharon revealed that the 88-year-old matriarch (pictured) had suffered an acute stroke

Various celebrities expressed their concern for Sharon’s mom, including Leslie Jackson, Andie MacDowell and Nancy Sinatra, among others.

On Thanksgiving day, Stone paid tribute to her mother by sharing a picture of mixer beaters covered in chocolate batter featuring the phrase: ‘good moms let you lick the beaters…great ones turn them off first.’

Penning her own caption, the Casino star revealed that her ‘mom is hanging in there’ and thanked her friends and followers for ‘your prayers.’

On Thanksgiving day, Stone paid tribute to her mother by sharing a picture of mixer beaters covered in chocolate batter featuring the phrase: 'good moms let you lick the beaters...great ones turn them off first'

On Thanksgiving day, Stone paid tribute to her mother by sharing a picture of mixer beaters covered in chocolate batter featuring the phrase: ‘good moms let you lick the beaters…great ones turn them off first’ 

Sharon experienced a stroke herself back in 2001, a life changing ordeal that she discussed during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2015.

The performer noted that, although she was feeling better in the years since the stroke, she understood that recovery takes time and patience.

‘I’m doing just great. It’s been 14 years since I had a stroke and a brain hemorrhage, but it takes such a long time to recover and it takes such a long time, once you recover, to recover your life,’ she said.

Stone was remarkably open about her road to recovery and pointed out that she had much catching up to do after she worked through her health issues.

Health scare: Sharon experienced a stroke herself back in 2001, a life changing ordeal that she discussed during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2015; pictured in October

Health scare: Sharon experienced a stroke herself back in 2001, a life changing ordeal that she discussed during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2015; pictured in October 

‘In all the years you spend recovering, you lose your place in line in your life.

‘You get behind financially, you get behind in your career, you’re not at the top of the list anymore for anything,’ she explained. 

‘So I think the fact that people understand — when you have a heart attack, a stroke, cancer, whatever — that you not only have to deal with your health and your family, but you have to start over again once you are well,’ she said. 

Strong: 'I'm doing just great. It's been 14 years since I had a stroke and a brain hemorrhage, but it takes such a long time to recover and it takes such a long time, once you recover, to recover your life,' she said; Sharon pictured in September

Strong: ‘I’m doing just great. It’s been 14 years since I had a stroke and a brain hemorrhage, but it takes such a long time to recover and it takes such a long time, once you recover, to recover your life,’ she said; Sharon pictured in September 


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