My Blog Has Been Published On The Huffington Post!

Today was a thrilling day for me…for the first time, something I’ve written has been published somewhere besides on this blog!

The Huffington Post has picked up my blog and going forward, some of my posts will appear on their web site. For the next few weeks, I plan to re-publish some of the posts that have received the most views but eventually, the two platforms will catch up with each other, I guess. I’m not exactly sure how this will work, as I’ve only been blogging since February so I’m new to the “blogosphere.”

Holy cow…My post made it into The Huffington Post!

Holy cow…My post made it into The Huffington Post!

To the thousands of you from all over the globe (72 countries, but who’s counting?) who have taken the time to read my posts, share them, comment on them and “like” them on social media, I extend my deepest gratitude. And I have a favor to ask…if you have the time and wouldn’t mind, please visit my post at The Huffington Post, even if you’ve already read it.

Clicking on the link and, dare I ask, sharing it through your own social media platforms,  will give this first post the traction it needs to gain a readership on the huge international platform of The Huffington Post.

My motivation in writing, and in encouraging you to share this link, is to increase awareness for people with special needs and to lift the veil of shame that shrouds addiction. Being affiliated with this huge international media outlet offers me the opportunity to take my message of inclusion and acceptance to a larger audience. I hope I won’t disappoint any of you.

Thank you all for your support and encouragement!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/debra-jenkins/dear-problem-parents-3-ways-you-sabotage-your-child_b_5685881.html

 

3 thoughts on “My Blog Has Been Published On The Huffington Post!

  1. Congratulations! It’s fantastic to have thing you wrote published by a genuine source, and it indeed makes you want to write more and do more to raise awareness.

    I do exactly the same with my blog as I write about living with multiple sclerosis, and I just want to keep on writing and advocating (my blog is http://ireland-ms.com)

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