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Review for "Twin Dilemmas: Changing Relationships Throughout the Life Span"

Having read Dr. Klein’s book “Alone in the Mirror,” I immediately had to have this one. At first glance it appears to be very accessible and organized in such a way to enable the reader to explore in a focused fashion. Separation, estrangement, parenting, conflict, healing, and many other pertinent issues are thoroughly analyzed. Dr. Klein has put words to my feelings (as a twin) and there are so many “light-bulb” moments of recognition. I know this book is going to help many people begin to understand just how hard it is for twins to function, particularly as they get into adulthood. The complex web and affect of polarization on each twin as an individual is fully explored with the use of many stories, which are fascinating. Dr. Klein’s exploration of patterns and types of relationship outcomes is a crucial study that brings hope to those who suffer without recognition in a world that idealizes the twin relationship.
—Miss C.

Posted on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 05:35PM by Registered CommenterBarbara Klein, Ph.D., Ed.D. | CommentsPost a Comment

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