Fans are praying for her… First Bruce, and now his daughter. You don’t deserve this

The Willis family has been through a lot in the last few months, and their struggles are far from over.

Ever since the Die Hard star was diagnosed with a condition that affects the ability to communicate, the world has fallen silent. His family was extremely supportive and regularly updated his fans about Bruce’s condition.
Bruce retreated from the spotlight and was later diagnosed with a more specific condition: frontotemporal dementia. “Our family would like to begin by expressing our deepest gratitude for the incredible compassion, support and wonderful stories we have all received since the announcement of Bruce’s original diagnosis,” his daughter Rumer Willis wrote on social media.

“With that in mind, we wanted to update you on our beloved husband, father and friend as we now have a deeper understanding of what he is experiencing.

“Since we announced Bruce’s diagnosis of aphasia in the spring of 2022, his condition has worsened and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD).” Since Bruce’s wife, ex-wife and daughters are also affected by His daughter Tallulah, whom he shares with Demi Moore, has struggled with mental health issues that worsen as her father’s health worsens.

Tallulah opened up about her anorexia after being dumped by her fiancé Dillon Buss less than three months after her father’s aphasia diagnosis. Bruce is reportedly aware of his daughter’s suffering.

“Bruce could see her wasting away and it only made his own problems worse,” a source said, as reported by Radar.

“Bruce was devastated to see Tallulah’s suffering,” the insider continued.

“It got to the point where the family thought it would be better if they weren’t together anymore.” Tallulah was admitted to an inpatient facility after the separation and diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. In the essay she wrote for Vogue, Tallulah explained that her problems with body dysmorphia began when she was taking medication for ADHD.

“I felt intelligent for the first time,” Tallulah said of taking her medication, “but I also began to enjoy the appetite-suppressing side effect of the medication. I saw an opportunity to banish the awkward youth in favor of a flighty little elf. And like so many people with eating disorders, my self-image spiraled out of control.


“There is an unhealthy indulgence at the beginning of rapid weight loss. People say, ‘Oh wow!’ And then it quickly becomes, ‘Are you OK?’ My friends and family were horrified and I brushed it off.”
The 29-year-old added: “In the spring of 2022 I weighed around 84 pounds. I was always cold. I called mobile IV teams to my home and couldn’t go for walks in my Los Angeles neighborhood because I was afraid I wouldn’t have a place to sit down and take a breath.”

We really hope that Tallulah can overcome her health problems.

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