Bruce’s wife, Emma, tried to “raise awareness” about frontotemporal dementia following her husband’s diagnosis with the disorder. In a video posted to her Instagram, Willis, 44, spoke about channeling her pain into “something good” and using her platform to spread awareness about the ailment.
‘I just saw something about me getting my five minutes, which is great. Which means you’re listening. So I’m going to take my five minutes and turn it into 10 because I’m always going to stand up for my husband,” she began.
In February, Willis’s ex-wife, Demi Moore, broke the news that his diagnosis of aphasia had progressed to frontotemporal dementia. “Since we announced Bruce’s aphasia diagnosis in spring 2022, Bruce’s condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD). Unfortunately, the challenges with communication are just a symptom of the illness Bruce is facing. While this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis,” he wrote.
The public appearance Bruce Willis after rumors and harassment
Bruce Willis ha appeared publicly after announcing that he suffers from frontotemporal dementia. It’s been a while since Nothing was known about him, especially after the disease was known suffering. It was in Santa Monica, California, when the actor was photographed when I went to one appointment with two friends to enjoy a day outdoor.
In fact, he has been allowed to see in a casual plan, enjoying a quieter life and wearing a blue sweater, black pants and a wool cap.
Emma Heming protects Bruce from the paparazzi
But once that image of Willis has been obtained, his wife has gone public to make a petition. Emma Heming has appealed to photographers so they don’t persecute the actor after his diagnosis of dementia.
In fact, his current wife posted a video on her Instagram in which he asked the paparazzi to stop chasing him and yelling at him because they put him at riskafter several photographers were following him and calling him while he went out to have a drink with his friends.
If you are someone who cares for a person with dementia, you know how difficult and stressful it can be to get someone out there and help them move safely, even if it’s just to get coffee.” explained the former model. And she added. “I know it’s your job, but you should keep your distance.” That is why she had a petition. “PleaseDon’t yell at my husband asking him what he’s doing or whatever. The ‘eo’ and the ‘yippie-kay-yay’…, don’t do it. Give him his space.”
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