It's a difficult time for Selma Blair, but many friends have recovered her.
After the 46-year-old actress, on Saturday, revealed that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in an Instagram post, many of her show business colleagues came forward to support her.
Blair, who appears in Another Life, said on Saturday on the social networking site that she is incapacitated, receiving the medical prognosis that changed her life in August.
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Warm wishes: Selma Blair, 46, received kind words from many showbiz colleagues after revealing that she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in an Instagram post on Saturday.
"I fall sometimes," said Blair, who has a seven-year-old son named Arthur with his former fashion designer, Jason Bleick. & # 39; I drop things. My memory is cloudy. And my left side is asking for directions from a broken GPS.
She said about the situation: "I laugh and I do not know exactly what I will do, but I will do my best".
Among the celebrities who opened up about her friend's announcement are Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jaime King and Rose McGowan.
Gellar, who shared the screen with Blair in Cruel Intentions in 1999, wrote: "I love you, I'm proud of you and there's nothing I would not do for you" to Blair, who replied: "I know and I know." I am more than grateful.
Close friends: Selma's confidante, Jaime King, said: "You are the strongest woman I know. We will overcome this because you are a warrior.
There for her: Gellar, who shared the screen with Selma in Cruel Intentions of 1999, wrote: "I love you, I'm proud of you and there's nothing I would not do for you". It was taken in New York last month
Blair's old friend, King, wrote: "Always and always I will take care of you, I will love you and I will embrace you. You are the strongest woman I know. We will overcome this because you are a warrior. You are my beloved and for 20 years I have been the gift that I wish all women have.
& # 39; The pride I feel is beyond words. You are a brighter light than words can express. Now and forever … my dear Blair, sister and best friend.
Great amount of support: friends and colleagues of Selma went to social networks to listen to the news.
Rose McGowan tweeted in response to the news: "You're a star being, Selma Blair. Your truth and honesty will help many. Blessings on your trip.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Jack Osbourne, both stars who have been open about their battles against MS, threw themselves into the social media site to hear their support, and Sigler said she was "so proud" of the Hellboy star.
Actress Megan Mullally wrote to Selma that she was "terribly sorry" and praised her for presenting her personal revelation: "Thank you for your courage and for moving forward" [Selma]. You are helping hundreds of thousands of people.
Others who joined with kind feelings were Gellar's spouse, Freddie Prinze Jr., Kathy Griffin, Busy Philipps, Meredith Salenger, Constance Zimmer, Shiri Appleby and Neil Patrick Harris.