The fight between multiples can be especially intense. Twins tend to spend more time together than traditional siblings; they may share a room, have the same friends, and are usually in the same class. They may even be in the same class. Without birth order dynamics to establish natural boundaries, they have to work harder to gain privacy and identity.
For the most part, twins and twins probably enjoy being together, but there are also moments of tension. Often it starts in early childhood when young children lack the communication skills to express their feelings and desires and instead lash out physically. They may bite or pull the hair of their co-factors.
There are many strategies for managing conflicts between multiple people. What is effective for one family is less useful for another. But there are some basic guidelines that you can adapt and change depending on the age and circumstances of your children.