Selma Blair, 46, posted a photo to Instagram holding a picture of her son.
The actress explained in the caption that she is not with her son but she is "in the place of getting better".
Selma was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis last year and has shared the ups and downs of her disease with her followers.
Selma Blair is continuing with her open and honest portrayal of life as a mom with multiple sclerosis. The actress, 46, who revealed her diagnosis at the end of last year, posted several new photos of her son to Instagram this week, and shared more about her disease.
In the photos, she's holding a printed photograph of her son, Arthur. The images are cropped close so there's only a bit of Selma in the frame. Her son's smiling face in the printed photo is the main focal point.
Selma started out in the caption: "I am here. I am not with my son. I am in the place of getting better. needing to believe in this knowing we will never know. Strange. I count on the spirits of this world more than I ever thought. Thank you."
Selma doesn't explain exactly where she is, however she continued with more observations: "This journey is a realization about the breaths around me. More than even my own. I need you."
Selma's followers, including many celebs, responded with supportive comments and encouraging words. Rebecca Gayheart commented: "You are so strong and I'm sending you boat loads of love and light my friend." Brooke Shields shared: "My prayers and love are sent to you from the depths of my heart."
Another commenter asked about Facetime as a way for Selma and her son to stay connected. Selma responded: "no. Makes him sad. I cry."
Selma concluded her post: "I need this boy to see me do things I never thought I could. And I will do my best. It really is gratitude. #arthursaintbleick#jasonbleick my @the_alinker_world family which makes me feel so much hope when we unite to bring these devices to people like me #together. To get us out and moving. Love. In sickness and in health."
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