Compare: Sibling and Body Paragraph

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Compare and Contrast Essay Topic: My sister and I
It has been said that many siblings are very similar; However my sister and I are nothing alike we are actually very different. When two people have the same blood type and genotype is not insured that you will be exactly the same. Having same parents increases the chances of having the same genes though. All Siblings have various behaviors and personalities that make them dissimilar. Siblings have a genetic and physical closeness that connect them together. It is reasonable that not all sisters resemble each other. My sister and I are completely opposite.
Understanding genetics may be a little confusing. Sharing one half of genetic material from the mother and the other half from
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Despite having the same genes in common, difference between siblings is the rule not the exception

. Compare and Contrast Essay Outline Topic: My sister and I
Introduction:
Introduce my topic get the readers attention by starting the essay with a good catching attention getter, and follow through with background information about the topic
First Body Paragraph: Being the first body paragraph by talking about our differences
Second Body Paragraph: Second boday paragraph focus on our likes and dislikes
Third Body Paragraph: Talk about our behaviors
Conclusion:
Conclude this essay by restating everything and summing it up and adding other facts or opinions

References:

Barnable, A., Gaudine, A., Bennett, L. & Meadus, R. (2006) Having a Sibling with Schizophrenia: A Phenomenological Study. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 20(3) 247-264 Cicerelli, V. (1991) Sibling relationships in middle and old age. In G.H. Brody (Ed) Sibling relationships: Their causes and consequences, 47-73. Norwood, N.J: Ablex.

Curson,D. & Sharkey, S.(2006) ‘Out of the mouths of babes’: Drawing upon siblings’ experiences to develop a therapeutic board game for siblings and children with a chronic illness. Clinical Psychology Forum, 159, 36-38

Fisher, H., Tobitt, S., Saleem, S. and Steele, S. (2004a) Siblings’ and mothers’ grief reactions to the diagnosis of psychosis in a young family member.

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