5 Problems that twins face

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Mother and daughter having an argument

Having siblings can be fun. Right from having someone to play with, to that one person who is always ears to your issues. However, there’s more to this than just fun. Siblings face a lot of compatibility issues and that only multiplies with twins. Here’s a look at five issues that twins face as a part of growing up as well as later in life.
Identity crisis
Although onlookers might think wearing similar dresses is cool, most twins detest this. “I would hate wearing the same dress like my sister’s on most special occasions. This would add to the confusion, and would get extremely annoying,” says Nistya Singhal, a BMM student. Identity crisis is one of the biggest issues that twins face; they are often mistaken as the other one. This creates a lot of rift between the two, and in most cases, stays with them even after they grow up.
Peer pressure
It usually happens with twins when they are in schools and colleges. Their aptitude in studies and the choice of friends is very closely noticed and monitored. If one has better grades and good camaraderie, while the other turns out to be a vagabond, everyone seems to be eyeing their moves. In fact, friends and relatives start questioning the weaker twin about his whereabouts and constantly pressurise him to follow the better twin.Having siblings can be fun. Right from having someone to play with, to that one person who is always ears to your issues. However, there’s more to this than just fun. Siblings face a lot of compatibility issues and that only multiplies with twins. Here’s a look at five issues that twins face as a part of growing up as well as later in life.
Identity crisis
Although onlookers might think wearing similar dresses is cool, most twins detest this. “I would hate wearing the same dress like my sister’s on most special occasions. This would add to the confusion, and would get extremely annoying,” says Nistya Singhal, a BMM student. Identity crisis is one of the biggest issues that twins face; they are often mistaken as the other one. This creates a lot of rift between the two, and in most cases, stays with them even after they grow up.
Peer pressure
It usually happens with twins when they are in schools and colleges. Their aptitude in studies and the choice of friends is very closely noticed and monitored. If one has better grades and good camaraderie, while the other turns out to be a vagabond, everyone seems to be eyeing their moves. In fact, friends and relatives start questioning the weaker twin about his whereabouts and constantly pressurise him to follow the better twin.

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