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SIBLING STORIES

Every sibling bond is unique. Three people share the intricate details of their relationships...

“When there’s an opportunity to get together, we prioritise it, we make it happen”

RHIAN SHERRINGTON, 46, CAREER COACH AND AUTHOR

My twin sister, Caryl, and I have always been very close. That is the great thing about being a twin – you have got a constant friend; we could rely on each other. But we’re also very different. Caryl was strong; she knew her mind and was forthright, whereas I was more unsure. She did the ‘firsts’. I would usually be right behind her, but she’d be the person up front.

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