Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you’ve heard that Twitter was the victim of a cyberattack causing the popular social media to shut down for two hours last week. Well, if you live in the Land of Twitter you would have thought that it was 9/11 all over again. CNN.com quoted one Twitter user as saying, "I was pretty upset, actually. It feels like a lifeline for me." "It’s like my heart was gone" and "I felt so empty inside," came from several other Tweeters. "Naked" and "jittery" were also used to describe how Tweeters felt during the blackout.

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Jim Taylor, Ph.D., Psychology, is a corporate consultant, speaker, and author. He hosts a personal blog at drjimtaylor.com.

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