Multiples fighting can be especially intense. Twins spend more time together than traditional siblings; they may share a room, friends, and are usually in the same class. They might even be in the same grade. They have to work harder to gain privacy and identity because there are no birth order dynamics to establish natural boundaries.
Twins and twins probably enjoy being together most of the time, but there are times when tension arises. It frequently begins in early childhood, when young children lack the communication skills necessary to express their feelings and desires and instead lash out physically. They may bite or pull their co-factors hair.
There are numerous strategies for resolving conflicts among multiple people. What works for one family may not work for another. However, there are some basic guidelines that you can adapt and change depending on your children’s ages and circumstances.