Bruce Willis and his family have been through a difficult few months. Those who have read this article are most likely aware that the A-lister has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative brain disorder that has prompted him to withdraw from the spotlight, possibly permanently…True, much has been said about the family’s love and care for Bruce at his darkest hour, but new reports portray a troubling picture of the star’s mental health.
Tallulah Willis’ mental health is growing increasingly concerned as her father’s condition worsens, according to Radar Online.Bruce Willis’ family revealed earlier this year that he had been diagnosed with dementia. Scout, his daughter, penned a moving letter after learning the news, expressing her feelings of being “a bit overwhelmed.”
Willis decided to retire from acting after receiving a formal diagnosis of aphasia in March of last year. One of the effects of his condition, it appears, was his incapacity to speak with people on set. His diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia was made public in February 2023. Obviously, the Willis family has been fighting for weeks and months since then, and current news indicates that they may be facing yet another type of difficulties.
Tallulah Moore, Bruce and Demi Moore’s daughter, suffered with anorexia after being abandoned by fiancé Dillon Buss barely three months after Bruce was diagnosed with aphasia, according to Radar Online.Although little has been revealed about Tallulah’s condition since then, it is now being argued that Bruce was aware of his daughter’s suffering all along.”Bruce could see her wasting away, and it only made his own problems worse,” according to Radar.
“Bruce was shattered when he saw Tallulah’s suffering,” the source continued.Tallulah admits to going to a residential treatment center after her separation with Dillon. At that facility, she was tested and diagnosed with BPD. Tallulah recently wrote an essay for Vogue about her struggles with body dysmorphia, which began after she began taking medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).”
I felt smart for the first time,” Tallulah said of her drug, “but I also began to enjoy the appetite- suppressant side effect.” I spotted a way to replace the awkward adolescent with a flighty little pixie. And, like so many people suffering from eating disorders, my self-esteem suffered.” “There’s an unhealthy deliciousness to losing weight quickly at first.” People are exclaiming, ‘Oh wow!’ The question soon shifts to, ‘Are you okay?’
My family and friends were terrified, and I rejected it.””By the spring of 2022, I weighed about 84 pounds,” the 29-year-old remarked. I was usually cold. “I was calling mobile IV teams to come to my house, and I couldn’t walk around my Los Angeles neighborhood because I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to sit down and catch my breath.”