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Jenny McCarthy Gives Jim Carrey Second Chance?

Jenny McCarthy Gives Jim Carrey Second Chance?

Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy may be giving their relationship another go.

The twosome broke up back in April after five years together because of “his bouts of depression made life with him very difficult at times.”

Star is now reporting that Jim, 48, and Jenny, 37, have been been secretly meeting for the past month and have been talking almost daily.

Jenny has told Jim that she missed him, and he didn’t want to end it in the first place,” an insider reveals. “Jenny now thinks she may have rushed into breaking up with Jim. He can be hard to deal with, but he can also be so sweet and loving and fun… Jim‘s daughter, Jane, had urged Jenny to take him back all along. Everyone in their circles agrees that Jim and Jenny belong together.”

We agree!!!

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  • DarkEmpress

    Wow! I think that breaking up with someone bc of their depression is horrible! Depression is an illness. She has an autistic child, imagine if he broke up with her bc that was hard to deal with. I think there has to be more to their breakup than his bouts of depression. We do not know their business.

  • lexy hates bilson

    Depression is an illness but you can’t let someone’s negativity bring you down and depress you – especially when you have a child with special needs to take care of. Perhaps he got some better medication.

  • OooLaLa

    I agree with Lexy. Jenny had enough to deal with. She needed a break.

  • Jay

    I think that before they get back together Jim should seek professional help. If his depression was such a strain on their relationship, going back won’t solve the problem and if they broke up a second time it could be 10x more devastating.
    My ex boyfriend is a Manic Depressive. After a year and a half of wonderful ups and terrible downs, we decided to split. We spent a year apart and decided to get back together because we missed each other so much. For the first few months it was great, but unfortunately when the depression hit it was much worse than ever before. We tried talking to someone, but it didn’t help. The issues he had got worse when our issues were piled on top. Hopefully Jim and Jenny can make it work for them.

  • Shawna

    Doesn’t Jim have bipolar disorder? I thought I had heard that. If so, I really hope he gets proper treatment. With proper treatment people with bipolar disorder can lead normal lives.

  • lola

    Who is that quote from, Jenny or someone who is saying that’s why they broke up?
    I really liked these two as a couple!

  • anon


    Wow, someone gave you a thumbs down. Not to worry, I gave it a zap. Thanks for sharing.

  • laverdadduele

    Jim can do soooooooo much better.

  • mailey

    nah, they should stay broken up.

    people break up for a reason.

    it is 99% usually a bad idea to get back together afterwards.

    people only think it’s a good idea bec they see it all work out in the movies. but that’s not how it is IRL.

  • larissa

    they are a cute couple indeed!

  • Alice

    So, let me get this straight. She left him because she didn’t want to have to deal with his bouts with depression. Then she immediately hooks up with some other guy, and now that the fling is over and she’s alone, she’s thinking she “may” want Jim back? Of course…that’ll only be until he has a depressive episode again and then she’ll probably think an easy fling really is the way to go and want out again. Awful. Seriously awful. Caring for a depressed spouse/friend/family member can be difficult – nobody’s denying that. But if she didn’t care enough about Jim to stick through it with him, he deserves better.

  • KellStar

    I had a close friend decide he was “sick of my sadness” when I went through a real depressive period. It’s a horrible thing to have someone you love desert you when you need them the most. However it is our OWN responsibility to seek help when we need it. As an adult you can’t expect someone to take care of you when you don’t give a damn about yourself. I feel for both Jim and Jenny.