CFS Blogger Shows Up on the Biggest Blog Platform of All: the Huffington Post John Falk is a journalist and former war correspondent who came down with ME/CFS a couple of years ago during an overseas trip. He's been out of commission for a couple of years and has now shown up at the Huffington Post writing openly about CFS. (A CFS blogger on the Huffington Post? - Another sign that the CFS is 'making it' as a mainstream media item). http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-falk/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-_b_829651.html He's very descriptive - check out this He notes how ME/CFS is categorized by a sloppy medical profession He's very honest as well. Psychotherapy or CBT's connection to CFS is the story of the day right now and he confronts that aspect straight on. And he's tried. He's tried hard and because that I think he is a superb bridge for us to the public and the medical world. This is not someone who rejected whatever opportunities therapy presented - he's given it a go...and it hasn't worked out. Instead the best therapy he's gotten is to get in touch with people who understand where he's at. Check out his blog and lets get him some traffic on the Huffington Post. This is the first post on the Huffington Posts Health section...the only its and its future blog posts are going to stay there is if we flood those posts with comments. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-falk/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-_b_829651.html Signing into Huff Post is a little confusing. I did it using my Facebook site and then had to input my email address on the right as well. You can also use the Share button on the top of the article to share the article with your Facebook site, blog, twitter, etc.