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The deepest imprinting for the personality of a human develops in the womb. It is a little-known fact that one out of eight single births began as twins. Saddled with the loss of this ultimate relationship even before birth, tens of millions of Americans have gone in search of that relationship. In their searches, they become lost in dysfunctional cycles of addiction, abusThe deepest imprinting for the personality of a human develops in the womb. It is a little-known fact that one out of eight single births began as twins. Saddled with the loss of this ultimate relationship even before birth, tens of millions of Americans have gone in search of that relationship. In their searches, they become lost in dysfunctional cycles of addiction, abuse, sickness, mental illness, or suicide, without even knowing why. In My Twin Vanished, Dr. Brent Babcock shows that these painful and dysfunctional patterns can be traced back to the phenomenon of the vanished twin. This life-altering book connects the dots to life's questions for those who have been seeking answers without relief. Doctors, nurses, clergy, and counselors will find new understanding and answers in My Twin Vanished, as will all who unknowingly are surviving twins....

Title : My Twin Vanished: Did Yours?: The Vanishing Twin Crisis
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ISBN : 9781606966372
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 163 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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My Twin Vanished: Did Yours?: The Vanishing Twin Crisis Reviews

  • Danica
    2018-11-10 21:21

    I lost all interest in this book when he said that he didn't believe that any genetic testing could be accurate. I'm sorry, but I am a DNA Analyst who has spent years working with genetic testing and forensics and I don't agree with that. Genetic testing is very accurate and an important part of biology and medicine. I applaud Dr. Babcock for the work he has done with some of his patients, but I have never been a big believer in Phsycotherapy.