When a Small Portion of the Population Feels ‘Left’ Out

When a Small Portion of the Population Feels 'Left' Out

(GivenUs.com) – Have you ever found that doing something proves slightly difficult, despite others being able to easily do it? This is the case with being left-handed. The world is not always fit for a leftie.

The SocialBrooke shares why she and a small portion of the population feel left out in this video:

Lefties only make up about 10% to 12% of the population, but they still struggle with certain situations and feel left out.

Everyday tasks can be challenging for lefties. Can openers, coffee mugs, scissors and zippers are all geared toward right-handed use. This can be frustrating, leaving lefties handling things in a clumsy, awkward manner.

Life doesn’t accommodate them. From swiping a credit card to scooping out ice cream, most tasks are made for right handers. Even getting on a computer. The mouse is typically on the right side.

Take inventory and make some little changes. Buy some left-handed scissors and consider turning your notepads the opposite way for writing. They seem like little changes, but in the end, they’ll make life easier.

You should feel super special. You have a uniqueness about you that not many people have. Embrace it. With a little adjustment and a few changes, you can make your everyday life a perfect one.

~Here’s to Your Success!

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