Emma Heming Claps Hands, Defends ‘Pain’ Amid Bruce Willis”
Emma Heming Claps Hands, Defends ‘Pain’ Amid Bruce Willis”

Emma Heming Claps Hands, Defends ‘Pain’ Amid Bruce Willis”

Emma Hemming has quoted husband Bruce Willis and applauded those who criticized her for her “pain” in her battle with aphasia.

“On Pain Awareness Day when we’re not allowed to talk about pain, self care and being human…” the model wrote on her Instagram story on Wednesday.

“My gawd. But in the words of the great, philosophical and insightful Bruce Willis… “Ah, hell.”

Hemming also shared screenshots of the many hateful comments he received.

One called the 44-year-old a “drama queen”, while another pointed out the age gap between her and the actor.

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“When you marry an old man who is decades older than you, take care of him,” the troll wrote. “That’s what you signed up to deal with and stop complaining.”

A third told Hemming to “stop complaining” and another slammed her for her “annoying … victim attitude” so she “didn’t pay for the 67-year-old actor’s money”. “Okay” I said I would.

Hemming shared her husband’s diagnosis in March, writing on Instagram that the “Armageddon” star’s cognitive abilities had been “impacted” by aphasia, which is characterized by difficulty understanding and expressing words.

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Emma Hemming and Bruce Willis
Willis’ family publicly shared his diagnosis in March.
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Hemming told her followers on Tuesday that she is embarking on a “summer of self-discovery” to “live with” her “numbing” pain.

“[I’m] Finding new hobbies, getting out of my comfort zone and staying active,” she captioned a video showcasing her recent activities.

Emma Hemming, Bruce Willis, Mabel, Evelyn
The couple shares two daughters.
Emma Heming Willis/Instagram

“As a stepdaughter [Scout Willis] Pain is the deepest and purest form of love, Hemming said. “I hope you find some comfort in that too.”

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She previously spoke about the importance of looking after yourself while helping Bruce and his daughters Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8.

“I’m not really a mom, but I know I have essential basic needs,” Hemming explained to The Bump in May, noting that self-care “is often a struggle.” I did,” he added.

“I put my family’s needs before my own needs,” she said. “That amount of caring for the rest of my family took a toll on my mental health and general health and did nothing for anyone in my family.

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