About Me

Who cares what “about me”.
I’m a mom with a vaccine injured child who reads a lot.
Carry on.

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11 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. I love your blog! You’re a ball-z mum with great verbiage! Cheers to you for getting the word out!

  2. Way to go!! Pissed off is not good enough…YET>
    I agree…we let them know and they CAN’T HEAR.
    Keep on truckin …some day it will come home for us.

  3. I have 297 credit hours towards my double degree of psychology and sociology (the school just caught on and I had to beg for enough time to get my last 7 classes needed for the degree’s then off to a grad school to get a MA and PhD so that I can officially do what I already know how to do. I am going to open a non-profit for higher functioning autistic children. I believe that a more universal style of treatment is needed and it needs to be used in a way that the whole family treats the child. That way no one person is left to care and heal the autistic child and no one feels left out. It also serves to bond other children with the autistic child incase the autistic child needs care for the remainder of his life after the passing of the parents. Sadly to even come close to making this affordable to the parents that aren’t millionaires I have to be able to get grant money and be able to do insurance/medicare/medicaid billing which requires the PhD… What a crazy world we live in that my own personal healing of 2 autistic children counts for nothing. So keep up your bitching it gives those of us in the field a kick in the pants

  4. Jenny my name is Lucy and I am a pissed off momma too, I have talked to so many parents about vaccines and what they have done to my son Alex, they seem to be listening but keep vaccinating anyways, what do you do right? I wish someone would have warned me but the “ifs” in life don’t exist so we just keep going. Remember it’s not the quite ones who make history but the ones who speak up, one day the truth will shine through and people will know we have been telling the truth. One day justice will win.

    1. they will not listen, before their own children or grand children get hurt, then they will listen and regret it. that is humans nature.

  5. I have a daughter that is 25 yrs old. When she was about 12 yrs old we finally found out why she had regressed when she was 2 1/2 yrs old. Up until that point she was progressing fine. I have been telling parents for years but i personally think it probably goes in one ear and out the other.I

  6. Hi Jenny, my name is Victoria, and I am a nursing student at Felician College. I have recently come across a bill called ‘Exempts child under age six from hepatitis B vaccine requirement if child’s mother tested negative for hepatitis B during her pregnancy’. I am interested in knowing your position on this healthcare bill and if you would support it or not. Please let me know your opinions on this matter. I thank you for your time.
    Yours truly,
    Victoria

    1. While I wouldn’t be against the bill, we don’t need one. Parents can refuse the vaccines legally.
      If mom doesn’t have Hep B there is no reason whatsoever to give the baby the vaccine.

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"Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats." H.L. Mencken

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