Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming has criticized trolls for calling her a “drama queen” after posting about her struggle to come to terms with her husband’s confinement diagnosis on National Grief Awareness Day.
In response to criticism of her Instagram post on Tuesday calling her grief “paralysis” at times, the 44-year-old shared a screenshot of some harsh comments from her haters.
“When you’re not allowed to talk about grief, self-care, or be human in the world on Sorrow Awareness Day,” she captioned a batch of leftover messages from trolls, including one that suggested she would “cope well with $e.” ‘
Painful: Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming criticized trolls for calling her a “drama queen” after posting about her struggle to come to terms with her husband’s diagnosis of confinement on National Grief Awareness Day.
In her National Grief Awareness Day post, Heming credited discovering new hobbies, doing things outside of her comfort zone and staying active to help her cope with her grief.
Additionally, she shared some words of wisdom she received from her stepdaughter Scott Willis, 31, about how grief “is the deepest and purest form of love.”
“This has been the summer of self-discovery – finding new hobbies, getting out of my comfort zone and staying active,” Emma wrote in her letter.
Applause again: In response to criticism of her Instagram post on Tuesday, in which she described her grief as “crippling” at times, the 44-year-old shared a screenshot of some harsh comments from her haters. seen in 2019
“My grief can be crippling but I’m learning to live with it,” added Emma – who has been married to Bruce, 67, since 2009.
She then shared a piece of Bruce Scott’s daughter’s wisdom, writing: “As my scoutlaruillis daughter-in-law told me, grief is the deepest and purest form of love. I hope you find some relief in that too.
She also added three hashtags “#nationalgriefawarenessday #griefawareness #liveitup.”
Coping: Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming Willis shared that she was dealing with grief by discovering new hobbies, doing things outside her comfort zone, and staying active after her husband was diagnosed with aphasia.
Grief: Earlier this week, the actress posted a clip to her Instagram account on National Grief Awareness Day talking about her “paralyzing” grief and the wise words she received from her stepdaughter Scott Willis.
The video montage showed that Emma was active as she completed various tasks, including painting a table and a fence, gardening and running an electric saw.
She also kept active by playing tennis and doing a guided boxing routine.
At another point in the video, she is seen spending time with one of her daughters and Bruce’s daughters. The couple share Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, eight.
Healthy struggle: The Pulp Fiction star, 67, shared his battle with aphasia on social media five months ago in March; Pictured 2018
In addition to his two youngest daughters, the actor is also the father of daughters Rumer, 33, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 28, who he shares with ex-wife Demi Moore, 59.
Emma admitted that she was struggling with her mental health in May, during an interview bump.
The beauty shared: “I put the needs of my family above my own, which I find does not make me any kind of hero,” adding, “This amount of caring for everyone else within my family has had a negative effect on my mental health and in general health, and has not served Someone in my family.
Fitness: To distract from her grief, the star revealed that she keeps herself active by playing tennis
Boxing: In another part of the clip, the actress is seen doing a guided boxing routine
Emma along with Moore and their children released a joint statement via Instagram on March 30 to announce the diagnosis of Bruce’s aphasia.
They said the Hollywood icon “has been suffering from some health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which affects his cognitive abilities”.
The revelation also included the actor’s decision to step away from acting.
Smile: At one point, Emma flashed a smile while tending her flowers
With her daughter: During another moment in the video, she is seen spending time with one of her daughters and Bruce’s daughters
As a result of this and with a great deal of consideration, Bruce is walking away from a profession that meant so much to him. This is a challenging time for our family and we deeply appreciate your continued love, sympathy and support.
They continued, “We are moving through this as a strong family unit, and we wanted to attract his fans because we know how much he means to you, as you do to him. As Bruce always says, “live it” and together we plan to do it.
The Mayo Clinic defines aphasia as “a condition that affects your ability to communicate” and that “can affect your speech, as well as the way you write and understand spoken and written language.”
Hard Time: Emma, who shares Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8, with the Die Hard actor, recently admitted that she was struggling with her mental health after Bruce’s diagnosis.
Powerful Family: Bruce also shares daughters Rumer, 33, Tallulah, 28, and Scout, 30, with ex-wife Demi Moore, 59; From left, Emma, Rumer, Bruce, Tallulah, Demi and Scouts in New York, 2015
The actor’s family has not announced the cause of the aphasia, which has several possible causes.
The condition can occur after a head injury or stroke, or it can be a precursor to a brain tumor or Alzheimer’s disease.
Patients with this condition are usually treated with speech therapy and taught methods of nonverbal communication.
Moving away: The actor’s family took to Instagram on March 30 to release a joint statement where they revealed that he is giving up acting after being diagnosed with aphasia.
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