@nytimes
The New York Times
5 days ago
The actress Selma Blair puts herself out there in an unflinching documentary that she hopes will be meaningful to viewers who feel challenged and uncertain, whether or not they have a chronic illness.
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@renanzindobrega
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@MoodIsChemical
Jennifer Spangler (she/her)
5 days ago
@nytimes This is wonderful. Another woman working and living with a chronic illness. I didn’t know and will watch season 2 with much respect and awe.
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@marianacips
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Karen Moreno
4 days ago
@nytimes Selma is a brave woman. God bless her.
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@TheReturnOfPlur
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4 days ago
@nytimes My aunt had it. When I was little she could get herself around less and less. By the end she couldn't move her head or talk. That took 26 years. I never wish that on anyone to have to watch.
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