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Tag Archives: Media
Excuse Me While I Rant a Bit About the Media and Adoption
Why do the media feel compelled to point out when a child is adopted? It’s never Sandra Bullock and her son. It’s always Sandra Bullock and her adopted son, Louis. The articles specify which of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s … Continue reading
Posted in Adoption, My Life Tagged Adoption, Angelina Jolie, Family, Infertility, Media, Nicole Kidman, Parenting, Sandra Bullock, Surrogate 7 Comments
A Bitter Pill
Even now, more than five years after my daughter’s diagnosis, it’s a bitter pill to swallow. Why is autism still such a mystery? Why don’t we have more answers? Part of the problem is a lack of sufficient funding. In … Continue reading
Posted in Autism, Commentary, My Life Tagged Autism, Crisis, Diagnosis, Media, Research Funding 2 Comments
Making a Fuss About Jenny McCarthy–For All the Wrong Reasons
As you may or may not know, Jenny McCarthy will be replacing Joy Behar on the daytime talk show “The View.” This doesn’t sound like big news to me, but the internet has been ablaze with folks screaming about how … Continue reading →