Emma Heming, wife of Bruce Willis said monitoring her family has had a huge impact on her mental health.
While for some, family is the basis of everything, giving confidence in themselves and everything they do, for others it is a destructive force, in addition to bringing joy and happiness. to a lot of pain. In an interview with The Bump, Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming, 43, admitted that she has always dreamed of a strong, child-friendly family and a loving husband.
This was a treasure that needed to be stored and protected from others – this thought had been planted by her parents when Emma was a child. And it all happened: in 2009, she married Hollywood actor Bruce Willis, they have two daughters, Evelyn and Mabel, but in every fairy tale there are unhappy moments.
Heming said she always puts her family’s needs above her own. At first, this brought her joy, but now she feels that excessive concern for others is causing unimaginable harm to her physical and mental health. No one got better from this, so the actress readjusted her schedule and began to spend more time on herself. For example, she admits that exercise and sports in general are very important to her. This is the time when she can disconnect from the problems and feel fulfilled, then she becomes many times better.
Emma talks about mental health issues almost two months after she, along with daughters from her first marriage and Willis’ ex-wife, Demi Moore, and their common children, told the public that male the actor was diagnosed with aphasia (this speech disorder affects the production or understanding of voice and the ability to read or write).
Because of him, Bruce had to give up acting and new movie roles. The person who means a lot to him. In order to partially remedy the situation and make her husband happy, Heming tries to spend more time with him and the children, enjoying every moment.