Bruce Willis' wife will write a book about informal care. Emma Hemming-Willis, who has cared for her husband since he suffered from frontotemporal dementia, wants to use the book to help people in a similar situation.
“For me, knowledge is power, and building a group of supportive people around me was crucial,” Hemming Willis said in a statement.
“It has restored stability and a degree of control, control that was completely shattered when the diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia first entered our family's world.”
In the book is the wife of a former action hero from films like Die hard She draws on her own experiences, but also lets experts speak. The book is scheduled to be published in 2025, according to reports Fox News.
Bruce Willis (68 years old) retired from acting in 2022 after being diagnosed with aphasia. This disorder later developed into frontotemporal dementia, a rare form of brain disease.
The actor and his wife have two children together. Willis has three children with his ex-wife, Demi Moore.
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