Emma Heming Willis Says She’s ‘Not Good’ Amid Bruce Willis’ Dementia Battle In Emotional Update
Emma Heming Willis is getting honest about how she is doing amid her husband, Bruce Willis’, ongoing battle with Dementia. On Monday, the model posted an emotional video asking care partners to send her photos of themselves. The 45-year-old, who shares two young daughters with the “Die Hard” actor, went on to admit how she is coping nearly a year and a half after Bruce’s family shared the news that he had health issues and was diagnosed with Aphasia. Earlier this year, they shared an update saying his condition has progressed, revealing he has Frontotemporal Dementia. “I know it looks like I’m out living my best life, [but] I have to make a conscious effort every single day to live the best life that I can. I do that for myself, I do that for our two children and [I do that for] Bruce, who would not want me to live any other way,” she said after returning to her car from a hike. The model went on to share that while she doesn’t have self-care or being a care partner “down to a fine-science,” she is trying to stay positive. “I don’t want it to be misconstrued that I’m good, ’cause I’m not. I’m not good, but I have to put my best foot forward for the sake of myself and my family,” she explained.