Bruce Willis' daughter diagnosed with autism: 'It changed my life'

Tallulah Willis, one of Demi Moore's three daughters with Bruce Willis, 68, said she was recently diagnosed with autism. “I found out about this this summer and it changed my life,” she wrote on Instagram recently.

Tallulah Willis has always been open about her health struggles, even recently sharing photos of her body to show off the progress she's made in her battle with anorexia. In addition to this eating disorder, Tallulah also had depression and ADHD. The Hard to Kill actor's daughter was also diagnosed with borderline personality disorder in June 2022 at a treatment center in Texas.

For his part, last year Bruce Willis was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative disease that has severely impacted his quality of life and forced him to retire from acting for good. He was initially diagnosed with aphasia in 2022.

Talullah Willis said she believed Bruce Willis no longer cared about her and as her symptoms worsened, she began to "take his strange behavior personally," writing: "He had two children with my stepmother, Emma Heming Willis, and from me. I thought I had lost interest in me. Although this couldn't be further from the truth, my teenage brain was torturing itself with some miscalculations: I'm not good-looking enough for my mom, I'm not interesting enough for my dad."

Bruce Willis has three daughters from his marriage to Demi Moore, Tallulah, Scout (31) and Rumer (34), and two daughters from his current marriage to Emma Hemming (45), Mabel (11) and Evely (9). years). In his fight against the disease, the actor is supported by his entire family.

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Bruce Willis' daughter diagnosed with autism: 'It changed my life'