Emma Heming-Willis has recently made a long revelation about how her life has changed since her husband, Bruce Willis, developed dementia:
“I just think it’s so important for us to break up our thinking, which can feel, for me, very much like doom and gloom,” she said. “I know it looks like I’m out living my best life. I have to make a conscious effort every single day to live the best life that I can … I do that myself, I do that for my two children, and for Bruce, who would not want me to live any other way. I don’t want it to be misconstrued that, like, I’m good, because I’m not. I’m not good. But I have to put my best foot forward for the sake of myself and my family.
“When we are not looking after ourselves, we cannot look after anyone that we love. I’m just doing the best that I can always … just take a moment out of your day and break it up for a second and look for something beautiful.
“When we are not looking after ourselves, we are no good to the people we love who we want to show up for and take care of,” she added in the comments. “I don’t have this down to a fine-science either, but I try. It’s an affirmation I use daily so it’s kept in the forefront of my mind. Your pictures, words of support and love for me and my family were felt.”