Wego2 I was recently at Wego Health in 6 Awesome Adults with ADHD Blogs and Top Ten ADHD Tweeters to Follow Now. I am really honored to be listed in BOTH! There are some other great Blogs and ADD / ADHD Tweeters listed too. If you are looking for ADD / ADHD resources be sure to check out both lists.

WEGO Health is a different kind of social media company – their mission is to empower the top 10% of online health social media contributors to connect with each other and with healthcare companies. We call these passionate people Health Activists – they’re community leaders, bloggers, on Facebook, on Twitter, leading online forums, and usually “all of the above.”

    4 replies to "Top ADD / ADHD Tweeter and Blogger"

    • add in children

      Congratulations on being a top blogger on ADD/ADHD. From what I have read so far, I understand why. Thanks for helping others with ADD.

    • Jeff

      Congrats! You have helped me so much in my journey. You inspired me to open up to others and tell my story. There are so many out there struggling alone. I love sites like this that help remove the stigma that the world has given to this common disorder. Keep up the great work. See you on the forums.

    • BlogFront

      Hi Tara,

      BlogFront.org is committed to uphold the quality standards of blogging. We strive to maintain and promote only the most credible blogs in their respective fields.

      Spam blogs or “splogs” has been a problem for some time now and people are getting confused about which blog to trust.

      We would like to thank you for maintaining such a reputable blog. We know that it takes time, effort and commitment to keep such a blog and as such, we have added your blog as one of the top ADHD

      You can see your blog listed here: http://blogfront.org/adhd

      You can also claim your BlogFront Top Blogs badge at http://blogfront.org/badges/adhd

      Thank you for keeping your blog credible. Let’s keep the blog revolution alive!

      Maria Blanchard
      Blog Revolucion

    • Daniel Amezaga

      For me, when I don’t take my adderall, I feel kinda like in a daze and sometimes just so lazy and don’t want to do nothing. Unfortunately I’m single and don’t have a signifigant other (yet) to come to and share my day, but that’s why I created the first single’s website for singles who have AADD/AHAD. I think it will help all us millions of us singles find each other, make friends, and maybe our partner in life.

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