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Am I a Survivor of a Vanished Twin?

Questions to Discover if You May be a Vanishing twin Survivor

Vanishing Twin is a word that’s been used since 2003 to describe the fetus or embryo that was a twin, triplet or other multiple but died early in the pregnancy, leaving no detectable trace at birth or before. The remaining child born is called a Vanishing Twin survivor. This is also known as the vanishing twin phenomenon. There are millions Vanishing Twin survivors in the world today that share some common characteristics.
Instructions
Step1
See if you feel different from other people. Maybe you have a strange sensation that somehow you don’t really exist, you’re not really here or shouldn’t be here.
Step2
Look back to see if you have suffered from depression most of your life, you’ve had long-term problems with food and eating and perhaps you’ve always feared abandonment and rejection. These are common, similar feelings of Vanishing Twin survivors.

Step3
Understand that feelings of wanting to commit suicide more than once in your life, afraid of being alone in the dark and feeling paranoid are also common feelings.

Step 4
Identify symptoms such as searching for something all your life but not knowing what it is and feeling intense involvement at the start of a relationship then sabotaging it, whether intentionally or not.

Step 5
Examine whether you’re a female with a strong male side, or a male with a strong female side. Sometimes these are other indicators of being a Vanishing Twin survivor.

Step 6
Acknowledge whether or not you frequently feel unable to cope with life, if you grieve deeply and for a very long time when someone close to you or a beloved pet has died.

Step 7
Realize that if you feel very vulnerable and fragile, you’re easily bored and if you find yourself thinking a lot about death and dying that these are other common symptoms that you may be a Vanishing Twin survivor. Seek help in sorting out your feelings to rule out other more serious problems.

Step 8
Recognize symptoms other Vanishing Twin survivors feel such as feeling as if you’ve been pretending to be someone else, not your authentic self or feeling alone even when with you’re with friends. These are other indicators that perhaps you’re a Vanishing Twin survivor.

6 Responses so far.

  1. Cynthia says:

    Yes. Yes. Yes. And…. yes.

  2. I just ordered your book and I am looking forward to absorbing it. I am nearly 64 and received proof about 30 years ago when I had a dermoid cyst on my left ovalry, and a tooth and were found.. I never felt the need to address this emotionally, probably because I had so many other psychological issues that needed to be addressed first. I have done the hard work on those issues and,recently I have some physical and emotional things going on That tell me that it is time to address the emotional issues associated with Survivorship, part 3.

    • Cynthia:
      Thank-you for reaching out for more helping in the healing process. My book will open more doors and also explain more about
      what you are experiencing. Now is the time to heal in another area of your life. NET is very powerful in this area. See the many
      Facebook pages for survivors such as us. Hang in there…

    • Kristin says:

      Hi Cynthia. I too had a der mood cyst filled with teeth hair and bone fragments on my right ovary. It came back 3 times until they removed my o art all together. Twins run in my family on my mother’s side not even skipping generations . I’m almost 50 and have always felt different or lonely or like something is missing. I also have a third nipple. I suspect I had a twin with feelings but never knew if the der mood is actual proof? I’d love to hear what you know about this.

      • Dear Cynthia:
        The dermoid cyst on your ovary is different proof of you being a twin. Your feelings are real. There are many that have had a cyst
        such as what you had. Just because the cyst is gone doesn’t mean your loneliness and other emotions will improve. Please continue
        to read, journal and get help. My book will help you, too. We are in this together…..

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