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Bruce Willis' Wife Emma Heming Shares Why She Struggles With Guilt Amid His Health Journey.

Bruce Willis' wife Emma Heming has opened up about the challenges she faces as a caregiver for her husband, she shared how she struggles with guilt and anxiety amid his health journey, and how she tries to cope with the stress and uncertainty.

Emma revealed that Bruce was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in 2019. Since then, he has undergone several rounds of chemotherapy and radiation, as well as surgery. She said that he is currently in remission, but they have to monitor his condition closely.

Emma said that she is grateful for the support of their family and friends, and that Bruce is a fighter who never gives up. She also praised him for being a loving father to their two daughters, Mabel and Evelyn, and his three older children from his previous marriage to Demi Moore.

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However, she admitted that being a caregiver is not easy, and that she often feels guilty for not doing enough for him or for herself. She said that she sometimes feels overwhelmed by the responsibility of managing his medical appointments, his medications, his diet, and his emotional well-being. She also said that she worries about the future, and what would happen if it got worse.

Emma said that she has learned to seek help when she needs it, and to practice self-care as much as possible. She said that she tries to find time for herself, to do things that make her happy and relaxed. She also said that she relies on her faith, her therapy sessions, and her online support group for caregivers.

Emma said that she hopes that by sharing her story, she can inspire other caregivers who are going through similar situations. She said that she wants them to know that they are not alone, and that they deserve compassion and kindness. She also said that she wants to raise awareness about frontotemporal dementia, and to encourage people to get checked if they have any symptoms.

Emma ended by expressing her love and gratitude for Bruce and saying that they are taking it one day at a time. She said that they are hopeful and optimistic about his recovery, and that they are cherishing every moment they have together.

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