Are you Left or Right Brained?

Lori Hilden gave me a link to an article she wrote on Left and Right Brain thinking and how knowing our strengths and weakness in certain areas can help us develop better ways to write.

Read the post at Lori Hilden’s Blog

4 thoughts on “Are you Left or Right Brained?

  1. Norma Beishir May 28, 2012 / 3:15 pm

    My son says I don’t have a left brain.

    I’ve read that when one side becomes damaged, the other side will become stronger.

  2. Strayer May 29, 2012 / 8:57 pm

    If your son was a daughter at 14, she’d say you have no brain.
    When we dream, the right brain has no short term memory and that’s why things jump around.

  3. Ruth Ann Nordin June 1, 2012 / 4:04 pm

    I am right-brained based on the list of ways the poster gives on how I write a book. However, according to the ballerina, I’m left-brained. And no amount of focusing changed her turning to go clockwise. So I guess that means I can’t switch easily between the right and left brain? Weird.

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