A very positive thing about identical twins is that if they get along and they can help each other in some of life’s sticky situations.
For instance, if one twin is sick, but just cannot miss an appointment, date or meeting, the other twin can replace them.
This type of assistance depends on how close the twins are and if they have the same skills.
For example, one twin said her sibling is like a partner who completes what needs to be done when she cannot.
A precious thing is that twins can help each other in difficult situations, using the similarity in their appearance.
Although twins can experience complicated and ambiguous feelings towards each other, as a rule, the relationship they form lasts forever.
However, a close bond between the twins usually still remains.
This process of growth, from early childhood through the teenage years and until adulthood, is what makes the twins bond and understand each other at a level other relationships most often do not get to.
They start to form their relationship based on mutual support and understanding.
In the teenage years, twins may experience problems connected to sexuality and privacy, and they often start rivalry for the attention of the opposite sex and parents, but as they grow up that rivalry usually fades away.