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My Twin Sister Committed Suicide The narrator and Sara are identical twin sisters They did everything together They also looked and acted exactly alike They always tried to act different but it never worked Their real life story is told in My Twin Sister Committed Suicide At home the twins always walked on eggshells Their parents were going to eventually get a divorce and their mother was suffering from a mental illness School was also very stressful for the twins because they didnt get good grades and they werent very popular They often were the objects of torture for their peers As things because worse off at home and at school so did the twins frame of mind They became helpless and angry In turn the secret of discussing suicide was kept between the narrator and Sara One day Sara took a lot of aspirin but not enough to hurt her She became afraid and was comforted by her sister The protection that Sara yearned for from her sister became a routine but she wanted to be alone Another turning point is when Sara began cutting She started this because she and her sister had a small fight Eventually the narrator also started to cut herself claiming the cuts helped her to feel better Soon a classmate saw the marks and counseling was arranged so their mother would not find out Everything had to be hidden from their mother due to her mental state Suicide once again entered Sara and her sisters mind when their mothers condition declined Their father talked about moving out since their mother refused to take her medicine If he left the twins would become the objects of their mothers anger The twins then began exhibiting more sign of depression such as sleeping more eating less and a decrease in their grades There wasnt only one factor that pushed
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