The Willis family is growing more worried about Tallulah Willis’ mental health as her father’s illness deteriorates, according to Radar Online.
The dementia diagnosis of Die Hard actor Bruce Willis was revealed by his family earlier this year.
His daughter Scout penned a heartfelt letter expressing her feelings of being “a bit overwhelmed” as the news surfaced.
In March of last year, Willis decided to give up acting after being officially diagnosed with aphasia. One of the effects of his condition, it seems, was his incapacity to communicate with others on set.
His frontotemporal dementia diagnosis was made public in February of 2023.
It’s clear that the Willis family has struggled in the weeks and months that have passed, and current events suggest that they might be dealing with yet another kind of hardship.
Only three months after Bruce Moore’s aphasia diagnosis, Tallulah, the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce, suffered from anorexia following her breakup with fiancé Dillon Buss, according to Radar Online.
Although Tallulah’s condition has not received much attention since then, there are now rumors that Bruce was aware of his daughter’s suffering from the beginning.
As reported by Radar, a source claimed that Bruce could see her deteriorating and that it only made his own issues worse.
The insider continued, “Bruce was devastated to see Tallulah in pain.
The family came to the conclusion that it would be best if they spent as little time together as possible.
Tallulah acknowledged going into an inpatient treatment facility after splitting up with Dillon. At that facility, she was assessed and given a BPD diagnosis.
Tallulah recently spoke about how starting to take medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) caused her to experience body dysmorphia in an essay for Vogue.
Tallulah remarked, “After taking the medication, I felt intelligent for the first time, but I also started to enjoy the appetite-suppressant side effect of the meds.” I perceived a means of expelling the uncomfortable teenager and replacing him with a flitting tiny pixie. And like a lot of other people who suffer from eating disorders, I lost my sense of self.
“When you first start losing weight quickly, there’s an unhealthy sweetness. “Oh wow,” people exclaim. It then abruptly shifts to, “Are you okay?” Despite my dismissal, my friends and family were afraid.
The 29-year-old stated, “I weighed roughly 84 pounds by the spring of 2022.” I was cold all the time. I couldn’t walk around my Los Angeles neighborhood because I was concerned I wouldn’t have anywhere to sit down and regain my breath, so I started phoning mobile IV teams to come to my house.
Hopefully, Tallulah will soon receive the care she needs to recover.
She must be finding it quite difficult to manage her father’s health issues on top of everything else.
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