Why do some people write using the left hand? Could it be related to brain dominance? Is brain dominance a myth, or is it innate uniqueness? Is it a myth or could it be brain dominance?
A Left-Hander in Society is a thought provoking book written by a left-hander, who decade after decade, though changing popular culture, and through changing trends and technologies, has persisted through challenges and bias, gaining insight, wisdom, and a humorous outlook on left-handed life. Left-handers and right-handers alike will enjoy reading through the memoirs, observations, challenges, research and more. The following review is from a parent who was unaware of any left-hand challenges until her daughter was in 8th grade.
"As a right-hander, I did not give the left-hander any special thought as I had little awareness of any challenge they may have with right-handed tools and right-handed instructions. After reading the book I now appreciate the left-hander effort and viewpoint, especially when I see my left-handed daughter taking notes with a right-handed spiral notebook and pushing her hand through wet-ink Thank you for writing this fascinating book full of insights that I just did not have before reading it "