Tallulah Willis ‘very grateful’ for fans who read her emotional essay Fashion How she coped with Bruce Willis’ health scare during her own battle with anorexia.
The 29-year-old and entertainment tonight After writing this heartbreaking article sixth sense The star’s aphasia diagnosis also opened up about her own struggles with body dysmorphia and anorexia.
Talking about the reaction after the article was published, Tallulah said that she hopes that in the future, it will also “open up space for things to resonate with people.”
“I mean, the response has been so incredible, and I’m so grateful, not just to the people who reached out, but to Vogue and Anna and Rob and everyone involved,” Tallulah said.
“And I think for me, I want whatever anybody needs to get out of it, they get out of it. I don’t necessarily prescribe what they need out of it,” added Demi Moore, Bruce’s daughter and his ex-wife.
She continued: “I think that’s their truth, and I just wish there were more moments where I could help open up spaces and make things resonate with people.”
Tallulah went on to reveal that her family was also touched by the article, as she said they were “very proud” of her for not only talking about Bruce, but her own health issues as well.
ten yards After hearing about her and her family’s emotional struggles, the star went on to address what she wants readers to think.
“I think there’s such a powerful thing about kindness and patience and compassion, as with every person and every moment,” Tallulah said. “And I think that’s true for every person and every moment.”
“It’s not important and there’s no need to be sad or sad or lost, but obviously, those things help in those moments. But I think those are the things that are really important to be followed at all times.”