Let me make this easier for you. Somehow I ended up on the Top 10 Social HealthMakers on ADHD list. This is a pretty big deal. Somebody’s going to get fired when the powers-that-be find out. The list is put out by Dr. Oz’s organization, Sharecare. They even wrote up a bio on me which was published on news sites all over the web like this one at Yahoo!. I should probably let Sharecare know that I don’t actually raise unicorns in Southern Utah. And maybe give them a better picture (but not this one).
Sharecare’s list features ten luminaries in the ADHD social media circles. Some of them are familiar to me. If you haven’t read the works of Bryan Hutchinson, Dr. Ed Hallowell, and Kelly Babcock, then you’re missing out. Check out their profiles over on Sharecare. If you haven’t read my work, don’t worry about it. I don’t read it either. The other six writers are all new to me, and I’m excited to link up with them on Facebook and Twitter to hear & read what they’re all about. I suggest looking them up as well, and while you’re at it check out the excellent features of Sharecare’s main site. It’s like a more social network/design savvy version of WebMD.
Meanwhile, I will continue finishing up the work on my first book. I should be polishing up the first draft later this week. The book is about overcoming depression and suicidal tendencies featuring reader-favorite blogs over the years, along with new material and commentary. I may include that photo of me in the back of the book for folks to look at every time the writing brings them down. I wouldn’t want them to take me too seriously.