Bruce Willis’ family reveals ‘cruel’ dementia diagnosis

Bruce Willis, the iconic Hollywood actor known for his roles in Die Hard, Armageddon, and The Sixth Sense, has recently revealed that his mother, Marlene, has been diagnosed with dementia. The news was shared by Willis’ brother, Robert, on a Facebook post.

Marlene, who is now in her late 80s, has been living with the disease for a number of years, but the family has only now decided to go public with the news. In his post, Robert described the diagnosis as “cruel” and expressed his sadness at the situation.

The diagnosis of dementia is especially difficult for the Willis family because Marlene was a very active and vibrant woman. She was known for her love of travel and her passion for cooking and baking. Marlene was also an active member of her church and was very involved in her local community.

Despite the diagnosis, Marlene is still living at home with her family and is being looked after by her children and grandchildren. The family is doing their best to make sure that Marlene is comfortable and happy.

The Willis family has asked for privacy during this difficult time and has asked that their fans and supporters keep Marlene in their thoughts and prayers. Bruce Willis himself has yet to comment on his mother’s diagnosis, but it is clear that the news has taken a toll on the entire family.

Dementia is a devastating disease that affects millions of people around the world. It is heartbreaking to see a family so close to Bruce Willis have to go through such a difficult time. We can only hope that Marlene and her family are able to find some peace and comfort in this difficult time.






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