San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 24, 2008
Do twins really know what the other is thinking? Can they feel each other's pain and sense when their twin is in trouble? According to the more than 100 twin stories from twins around the world featured in the new book, "Twin Connections: Stories that Celebrate the Mysterious Bond Between Twins," the often rumored twin connection is more than just a myth.
The book includes twin stories about infant twins who communicate via their own language, a woman who feels her twin sister's pregnancy contractions, a twin who knew the exact moment his twin had died even though he was nowhere near him at the time, twins who share rare diseases, and twins who still communicate after one of the twins dies. The book covers a wide cross-section of twin stories about twins of all ages and from 10 different countries.
"These poignant stories illustrate the mysterious and intuitive bond that twins share," according to Terry and Linda Jamison, The Psychic Twins.
Separated into eight themed chapters, the book includes twin stories that run the gamut from unbelievable and intriguing to heart-warming and humorous. Chapters include:
1. Shared Sickness, Pain ... and Pregnancy!
2. Still Connected Beyond Death
3. Separation Anxiety
4. Teenage Twins
5. Two Heads Are Better Than One
6. Twins Run in the Family
7. Twin Predictions
8. Being a Twin is a Blessing
In addition to the twin stories, sprinkled throughout the book are results of a twin survey conducted among 100 twins worldwide. The survey results reveal answers to questions such as "Do you and your twin dress alike?", "How close are you to your twin?" and "What do you like and dislike about being a twin?"
"Twin Connections: Stories that Celebrate the Mysterious Bond Between Twins" was published by iUniverse and is available online at BarnesandNoble.com, Amazon.com and many other online booksellers. The book is also available through the Twin Connections website at http://www.TwinConnections.com. Debbie LaChusa, author of Twin Connections is a fraternal twin who created the Twin Connections website to feed her own curiosity about the mysterious bond she and her twin sister Valerie shared.
LaChusa has been collecting and sharing twin stories from around the world via the website since 2005. She chose her favorite stories for the book and continues to collect and add new stories to the website monthly. The Twin Connections book foreword is written by Susan M. Heim, an expert on parenting twins and multiples for AllExperts.com and author of "It's Twins! Parent-to-Parent Advice from Infancy Through Adolescence" and "Twice the Love: Stories of Inspiration for Families with Twins, Multiples and Singletons".
For more information about Twin Connections, or to register for a free sample chapter from the book, please visit http://www.twinconnections.com.