Twitter User? We Have Feeds for You!

If you’re a Twitter user, you’ll know all about how easy it is to keep up with the latest comings and goings of friends, family, and random people you’ve never met. Well, we’re posting notices about all our new articles through the same service, so now you can Twitter-mix our latest news items or Ask the Psychologist replies together with Aunt Edith’s ruminations about her late bus.

Twitter helps you keep up with the latest activities of friends, family and colleagues in the moment, right as they’re doing something. Now every time we add a new article to the site, a notice will be posted to our own set of Twitter feeds, so if you’d like to know what’s new at, as soon as it happens, this is for you!

Just try the URLs below to get started, and if you’re a Twitter regular, we hope you’ll add them to your own Twitter-mix:

(Editor’s Note: Although the above are still available for historical reasons, we have now consolidated Twitter feeds into the single CR Team feed.)

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