Demi Moore delivered some tragic news regarding her ex-husband, Bruce Willis, on March 30, 2022. He would be formally retiring from acting, she added, since he had been diagnosed with aphasia. She stated that because of his illness, life was “difficult” for their family, but they meant to “live it up.” Moore, Willis’ present wife, Emma Heming Willis, and Willis’ children with Moore and Heming Willis all signed the letter.
Heming Willis recently spoke with The Bump and described how her husband’s disability makes living more difficult. She doesn’t want to be labeled a “heroine” for caring for him, though.
Willis’ wife indicated that she has made sacrifices for her family that have harmed her mental health, and she does not consider this to be heroic. “I placed my family’s needs ahead of my own,” she continued, “which I’ve discovered doesn’t make me some sort of heroine.” “And I wasn’t being helpful to anyone in my family,” she continued. Someone recently told me that if you take too much care of someone, you wind up neglecting yourself. That really halted me in my tracks and forced me to react.”
Heming Willis has made tiny adjustments to better herself while caring for others. She stated that she no longer ignores her “fundamental requirements.” It’s critical, she continued, to “find something that makes you feel good.”
Watch the video below to hear more about how Heming Willis takes time for herself and what she does to “feel good.”
Willis has been married to Heming Willis since 2009. Moore was even there at the wedding. Willis and Heming Willis reaffirmed their wedding vows ten years later. Heming Willis is parenting her two daughters, Mabel Ray, 10, and Evelyn Penn, 8, in addition to caring for her husband.
Have you ever found it difficult to remember to take care of your own “basic needs” while caring for others?