She, Claire Meyer, is a writer for dating site HowAboutWe. He, Alan Linic, is an actor.
The couple’s decision to post what they quarrel about via @WeFoughtAbout has been gathering follower and media steam. For an article published today, Business Insider technology reporter Caroline Moss gave the stream a thumbs-up and spoke to the Twitter couple’s better half:
“We both post from the account,” Meyer told Business Insider. “And it encourages us to talk through each fight to find the true catalyst. That is the hardest part.”
A shared Twitter account is a heck of a lot cheaper than couples therapy. Additionally, FishbowlNY thinks the pair may have just given the couch trade a whole new in-between-sessions treatment mechanism.
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