Bruce Willis’s family is facing new health struggle as his daughter suffers

In the past few months, the Willis family has been through a lot, and their problems are far from over. Since the Die Hard star was diagnosed with a disease that makes it hard to talk, the world has been very quiet.


His family helped him a lot and has been telling Bruce’s fans about his health on a daily basis. Bruce stepped out of the press, and later he was found to have frontotemporal dementia, another illness.

“Our family wanted to start by expressing our deepest gratitude for the incredible outpouring of love, support, and wonderful stories we have all received since sharing Bruce’s initial diagnosis,” his daughter Rumer Willis wrote on social media.

“In that spirit, we wanted to let you know what’s going on with our beloved husband, father, and friend since we now know more about what he’s going through.”

Since we said Bruce had aphasia in the spring of 2022, Bruce’s situation has gotten worse, and we now know he has frontotemporal dementia or FTD. Bruce’s illness has also affected his wife, ex-wife, and children.

The actor’s daughter Tallulah, whom he shares with Demi Moore, is having mental health problems that get worse as her father’s health gets worse. Tallulah was open about her anorexia after her fiancé, Dillon Buss, broke up with her.

This was less than three months after her father was diagnosed with aphasia. Reports say that Bruce knows that his daughter is in pain. A person told Radar that Bruce could see that she was getting worse, and that made his own problems worse.

“Bruce’s heart broke when he saw Tallulah in pain,” said the source. “It got so bad that the family decided they would be better off if they never saw each other again.”

After Tallulah went to an inpatient centre after the breakup, she was given a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder.
Tallulah wrote an article for Vogue Magazine in which she said that her body dysmorphia started when she started taking medicine for ADHD.

Tallulah said that when she took her medicine for the first time, it made her feel smart, but she also started to like that it made her less hungry. I thought of a way to get rid of the awkward teen and replace her with a flighty little pixie. And, like a lot of people with eating problems, I lost track of who I was.

“At the start of quickly losing weight, there’s a taste that isn’t good for you. People are saying, “Wow!” The question quickly changes to “Are you okay?” My friends and family were scared, but I didn’t think much of it.

“By the spring of 2022, I weighed about 84 pounds,” the 29-year-old said. I always felt cold. I called mobile IV teams to come to my house, and I couldn’t walk around my Los Angeles neighbourhood because I was afraid I wouldn’t find a place to sit down and catch my breath.
We really hope that Tallulah will be able to get better soon.

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