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My fam is full of lefty's...my mom is a lefty and when she taught me to write, she tried to make me a lefty so badly, but I kept switching hands.
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

i hardly ever even think about being left handed.  you just adjust and if anything you learn to become ambidextrous. it really isnt serious enough to change.

i dont know why but for some reason reading the op i imagined folks being burned at the stake and locked away in asylumsLOL

Girl read up on it. It was pretty bad.
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I think being left handed is cool.
 
I wish I was a leftie.
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I really don't understand why people think we have a hard time adjusting.  My parents noticed I was a lefty early on and the caretaker tried to force me to become right-handed.  My parents were not having it!  LOL.  Anyway, it's not hard to live in a world of right-handed people, we just learn to adapt.

When I use my mouse, I will use it with either the right or the left-handed functions.  I learned how to cut carefully using right handed scissors.  I asked classmates if we could switch seats so I could use the left-handed desk.

And no, I don't do that strange reach over thing that many lefties do when I write.  My dad, who is also left-handed, taught me how to write without doing that.
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I had a friend that is naturally left handed, but she was obsessed with being like her older sister who is right handed so she would do everything with her right hand when she was around her sister and use her left hand at school so now she is ambidextrous. 
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Hands and fingers get injured/irreparably damaged all the time. Force your kids to learn how to do everything with both hands. It's not hard.
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learning to do things with your non dominant hand is good for the brain. I'm a right'ie, but I've learned to do things with the left also for that reason; like using mouse, eating, writing, etc.

Hub is a leftie and I don't think he's had it that hard adjusting in the world of righties. Except I used to fuss when he'd move my mouse to other side when he'd work on my computer. Yes, I'm picky (and some would say petty) lol.
 


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Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:


When I use my mouse, I will use it with either the right or the left-handed functions. 


im not gonna lie i never knew until this very moment that i ever had an option.  i just always used my right hand.
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People worry about the weirdest things lol
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< Left-handed person who thinks with her right mind and has no problems, no regrets.
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