By People Staff
February 22, 2010 12:00 PM


Jennifer Aniston is a classy woman; I’m so glad she is over Brad and can move on”

M.J. Stewart, Boise, Idaho

Thanks for a wonderful cover story on Jennifer Aniston. Every day I am inspired by her outlook, positive attitude on life and genuineness to all those around her. We should all try to be a little bit more like her.

Erica Charous

Deerfield, Ill.

What is the fascination with Jennifer Aniston? She isn’t really very interesting, her movie characters are not very deep, and she doesn’t get the meaty roles. There are actresses and ordinary women who are just as beautiful and fit. Let’s hear from those who are doing good things with their lives and aren’t just known for the men they date or were married to.

Faye Ferguson

Show Low, Ariz.

The beautiful and talented Jennifer Aniston has starred in hit movies and a hit sitcom. She was famous before she married Brad Pitt. So why mention him in every story about her? She is a star in her own merit.

Lisa Harper

Lynwood Ill.


Sex addiction is one of the worst addictions. It encompasses your very identity. People use sex to sedate themselves, to boost their self esteem, to feel powerful and to share love. I can only pray that Tiger is honest in his recovery and that Elin gets the support she needs too. Should they choose to repair their marriage, their path to recovery will be one of the hardest experiences of their lives, but by doing so, it can also become one of the most healing experiences they ever go through.

Erin Jones

Morinville, Alta.

Tiger Woods is no different from so many men who think that just because they have fame, money or good looks they can cheat on their wives. Using the excuse that they have a sex addiction is just so much baloney. I hope that Elin Woods takes Tiger for whatever she can. He isn’t going to change, and Elin will never be able to trust him again.

Sally Alberts

Monument, Colo.


Thank you so much for the picture of Mariska Hargitay and Stephanie March with the Nuddle. It was so cute I am going to get a Nuddle of my own.

Emily Shinsato

via e-mail


Every time I get my copy of PEOPLE, our 23-month-old son Wyatt has to be the first one to look at the pictures. He even fights with his 13-year-old sister to see it. Needless to say, he wins.

Wyatt Woods

Peace River, Alta.


In our Feb. 1 Contents section, we incorrectly referred to Taylor Swift as a teen star. Ms. Swift is 20. In a Feb. 15 Scoop item we misspelled Kristen Stewart’s name. We regret the errors.



Among the many heroes in our Feb. 1 coverage of the disaster in Haiti was Dr. Frantz Beneche, an Orlando-based, Haitian-born doctor who went to Haiti following last month’s earthquake. Beneche made sure his family was safe, then quickly went to work helping the injured in the neighborhood of Carrefour-Feuilles. He treated nearly 300 patients in a week, doing everything from cleansing to closing wounds, despite minimal supplies. “There was no hospital, no medical center, nothing,” he says. He plans to return Feb. 16 and is seeking help; he hopes to airlift in hospital beds, wheelchairs and crutches. Beneche plans frequent medical missions. “I need to go back,” he says. “These are my people.”