Fight Against the Disease Daughter of Demi Moore Asked by the website StyleLikeU, Tallulah Willis, the youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis says have long been ill at ease and in her body – to the point of realizing sick.
The other side of the battle to have two famous parents? In an interview with the website StyleLikeU, Tallulah Willis, the youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, appears to have very resented criticism she read on her when she was a teenager, to the point of realizing sick.
Fight Against the Disease Daughter of Demi Moore
“I suffer from dysmorphia,” said the young woman, now aged 20. It is a mental illness characterized by obsessive to be ugly or malformed fear. “When I was like 13, I read all these p * tain magazine, which said I was ugly I chose to believe strangers rather than people who love me for one simple reason. Why those who love me would tell me the truth? “still wonders Tallulah Willis. The obsession and depression resulting from the teenager quickly eating disorders. “I started to deprive myself of food, I ate almost over. I lost a lot of weight, I’m down to 40 pounds,” recalls the younger sister Scout and Rumer Willis. “I lost my form and my breasts were all stunted. I had nothing but skin and bones, I no longer looked like nothing,” she adds.
Fortunately, Tallulah Willis regained confidence and feel better about herself, and her body! “I have a saying that I like to repeat myself: you know that feeling of happiness and well being that you feel on the day of your wedding, when you think you are a princess Well, why not have all day? After all, it is part of us, “she proclaims.