One and the Same

One and the Same

My Life as An Identical Twin and What I've Learned About Everyone's Struggle to Be Singular

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Writer. Mother. Wife. New Yorker. Abigail Pogrebin is many things, but the one that has defined her most profoundly is "identical twin." Pogrebin's relationship with her sister---both as children, when they were inseparable, and today, when she longs for that uncomplicated intimacy---inspired her to examine the phenomenon of twinship, to learn how other identical pairs regard their doubleness and what experts are learning about how DNA impacts our sense of identity and shapes our lives.
Publisher: Old Saybrook : Tantor Media, 2009.
ISBN: 9781400194841
1400194849

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VaughanPLSarahN Apr 25, 2017

This is a fascinating investigation into what it means to be a twin, written by a twin. It could be useful for twins and people with twins in their lives.
Author Abigail Pogrebin speaks with scientists, parenting experts, and all the twins she can find in an attempt to determine how being a twin impacts identity and emotional health. She intentionally infuses the book with her own personal perspective as she explains the emotional impact of the ideas presented and the insight they offer in to her relationship with her identical twin sister.

ChristyH Apr 02, 2012

A fantastic look into the lives of twins and what their relationships with each other are like. Written by an identical twin, this book does a great job exploring what it means to be a twin. The writer looks at the relationship from the perspectives of twins, doctors and parents of twins.

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