Demi Moore updates on ex-husband Bruce Willis’ frontotemporal dementia advising to embrace the present and find joy amidst the challenges.
Demi Moore Offers Advice Amid Bruce Willis’ Frontotemporal Dementia Battle
News about Demi Moore Shares Update
Demi Moore recently provided an update on her ex-husband, Bruce Willis, who was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in 2023. During an interview on “Good Morning America,” Moore mentioned that considering the circumstances Willis is doing well.
Moore shared advice she has given to her children, who she shares with Willis about dealing with their father’s dementia. She emphasized the importance of meeting him where he is at the moment, letting go of past expectations, and finding joy in the present. She reiterated a similar message when speaking to Andy Cohen on Sirius XM, highlighting the significance of accepting the person for who they are now.
Bruce Willis known for his roles in “Die Hard” and other films was married to Moore from 1987 to 2000. After their divorce, Willis married Emma Heming. In March 2022, Willis announced he would step away from acting due to a diagnosis of aphasia, which later progressed to frontotemporal dementia in February 2023.
Frontotemporal dementia is a group of brain disorders affecting the frontal and/or temporal lobes, leading to cognitive decline. Willis’ friend Glenn Gordon Caron mentioned in October that the actor faced challenges with verbal communication but still retained his essence.
Emma Heming Willis’ current wife, has openly discussed the difficulties of caring for him, expressing daily sadness and grief on Instagram in 2023. Willis’ family released a statement acknowledging the challenges associated with communication but also expressing relief at having a clear diagnosis.
The situation with Willis brings attention to the impact of frontotemporal dementia on individuals and their families with Moore’s advice emphasizing the importance of embracing the present and finding joy amidst the challenges.
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