Twins Web Site Conducting Survey To Better Understand Twin Bond: Survey Participants to Receive Free Ebook Featuring Twin Survey Results

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TwinConnections.com, a web site that celebrates the unique bond between twins is inviting twins to participate in a brief online survey designed to provide a better understanding of the unique twin bond. Twins may participate in the twin survey by visiting http://www.TwinConnections.com.

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TwinConnections.com, a web site that celebrates the unique bond between twins, is inviting twins to participate in a brief online survey designed to provide a better understanding of the unique twin bond. Twins may participate in the twin survey by visiting http://www.TwinConnections.com

Results will be included in the Twin Connections book, scheduled to be published later this year. All survey participants will receive a free copy of the Ebook. The Twin Connections book also will feature stories detailing the connection twins share.

The Twin Connections website has received stories from twins of all ages around the world, including twins who have lost their twin, infant twins who communicate via their own language, twins who share a rare disease, and twins who feel each other's pain. To date nearly 100 twin stories have been collected for the Twin Connections book.

The Twin Connections web site was introduced in 2004 by Debbie LaChusa, a fraternal twin and small business entrepreneur. The goal of Twin Connections is to celebrate the unique and mysterious bond twins share by offering a venue for twins to share their twin stories and photographs, learn about famous twins, read about twins in the news, connect with other twin resources and become part of an online twin community.

For more information or to submit or read twin stories, or subscribe to the free, Twin Connections Update monthly newsletter, visit http://www.twinconnections.com

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