19 Everyday Struggles Of Being A Right-Brained Person
Can you make it through this post without daydreaming halfway through?
You're easily swept up by your imagination.
If you come up with an artistic idea, you have to stop everything you're doing and write it down.
You have so many filled-up notebooks from your constant distractions.
And you're totally guilty of doodling all over your math notebooks.
You have some strange talents, like tying seemingly unrelated things together.
Which makes you a star English student, at least.
You love to read and write, but you don’t know the difference between a preposition and a conjunction.
And you’ve tried to learn at least three languages but struggled with memorizing grammar rules.
You have an easier time writing a silly message on your bill than actually calculating tip.
You need to have music on when doing work, even though it can make your mind wander.
And you love everything about music, but playing it on rhythm and counting each beat perfectly can be really difficult for you.
You rely on visuals when learning new things.
You’d rather write an essay than take a multiple-choice exam.
You appreciate a well-crafted sentence more than anyone, but you also think as you talk and don’t always edit.
You’re really brave when it comes to pursuing what you want, but your feelings are also easily hurt.
You are meticulous when it comes to creating a piece of art, but your desk is covered with scattered papers.
You get really excited about the tiniest of details related to your favorite series or film, but get easily bored in daily conversations with people.
You’re great at recognizing people’s faces but can’t remember names of new people to save your life.
Fictional characters have shaped your personality more than real people.
You’ve questioned the whole notion of morality and think it’s more important to be kind than to be right.
You live in your own world.
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