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veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
cute shoes!
VaneM77 VaneM77 9 years
I think that's soooo cute about Jim and her son! Precious! She seems like such a great person too!
ThatsBloo2You ThatsBloo2You 9 years
It's funny how I didn't even know she had a son until just a lil while ago... when the ads started coming out.
Neuroticone Neuroticone 9 years
I hope the best for Evan and Jenny.
GloWorm GloWorm 9 years
She's come a LONG way. I remember her brief role on the show "One on One". So funny! I think the reality of it all is that there is no cure for this disease and all we can do is cope and support the struggles that these innocent Children face. They're both a great example to parents (with or without Autistic children). I applaud you Jenny and Jim :notworthy:
PinkNC PinkNC 9 years
She's grown so much
yoan190 yoan190 9 years
Is it me, or her legs are sooo thin? I always like her.
pink_magnetism pink_magnetism 10 years
That's awesome :)
marionettevirus marionettevirus 10 years
I say bravo to her! & great haircut!
sibalc sibalc 10 years
she is a posh-wannabe
creepupmytee creepupmytee 10 years
i didn't know she's still acting!
MisterPinkNoTip MisterPinkNoTip 10 years
I really like her. Jim Carey too.
nomerz nomerz 10 years
I have always liked her, but after reading the article in People, I like her even more. I applaud her effort.
demeter demeter 10 years
I like her.
lorenashley lorenashley 10 years
this is great. does she still act?
I am sooo glad that she is bringing autism to the forefront. With 1 in 94 boys developing autism, it's extremely scary to think about having to vaccinate your child. I do not have any children, and until they actually figure out what is causing it, rather than just BSing through studies to keep the health care industry satisfied, I don't think I will have one. If I did have children, there is no way I'd have them vaccinated. If it means that they can't enter public schools, hello homeschool. My cousin has autism, and while he is an amazing artist, he did not have a mother that was a warrior to bring him out, like Jenny! It's sad to say, but it is absolutely the truth, if you knew my aunt, you'd agree. Keep on Jenny, we need to put an end to this EPIDEMIC!
lickety-split lickety-split 10 years
i bought this magazine just to read this article (my oldest has autism). and while i like that she is talking about autism, but honestly she doesn't know what she has ahead of her. he is just now starting school and the social issues alone are overwhelming for these kids. also, he has a seizure diagnosis and with every seizure there is a risk of further brain damage. my daughter had language and was very social in the early stages, then slowly lost skills, finally bottomed out at about 7 3/4. holly robinson peete is well meaning, but there is no "window" where you can rescue these kids from autism. i had my daughter in a home program in addition to the 35 hours a week she was getting in her school program at age 2 (months before i could get a diagnosis for her). we have tried every therapy, treatment, supplement, etc. but like a lot of other conditions the sad truth is that not every child makes measurable gains, and there is no cure. it's insulting to suggest that there are kids who's parents didn't do enough to "save" their children. in the hundreds of families i know (mostly online) who have children with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (asd) i would say only 2 have their issues managed to the point that their lives are typical. and having your child in a regular classroom (mainstreaming) is meaningless. by law every child is entilted to "the least restrictive environment". which means if the parents aske for the child to be in a regular class the school district MUST place them there.
Kerri1 Kerri1 10 years
As the mother of a child with Autism; I applaud her. She is "The Magic Lady" - that's what I call her. She has magically done what no other person has been able to do, that is - bring Autism into the mainstream. The Autism community will be forever in her debt.
tkoblondee tkoblondee 10 years
She is so funny and down to earth!
lucyS lucyS 10 years
I've always liked Jenny. She has a good sense of humour about everything, including herself.
RobinFabulous RobinFabulous 10 years
Oh I think she donated a portion of the proceeds from the book to Autism Research, I'll go back and look to see how much.
Pammy Pammy 10 years
I love her and I think she's doing a fantastic job raising awareness about Autism!
rlveronica rlveronica 10 years
Aw, that's so sweet of Jim!
Zahara-Pitt Zahara-Pitt 10 years
cute bag
youmakemewanna youmakemewanna 10 years
thats really sweet that Jim can come into that situation and be a huge help to her and Evan by caring so much about him and taking an active interest in him and his Autism. =) I really love them together ;)
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