Let’s face it.  There are some Brain Types who are less naturally coordinated than others.  The biggest determinant for this is the Left brain vs. the Right brain.  The world of sports is dominated by the latter category, simply because those dominant in the right hemisphere demonstrate more grace, smoothness, and spontaneity, waiting as long as possible to make their moves.  The Left-brain dominant athletes tend to be more mechanical in their movements.  Desiring quick conclusions, they act (not react) faster than their Right-brain counterparts.  Many other differences could be detailed, of course.

At any rate, actress Michelle Pfieffer (#11 FCAL) made headlines last week for breaking her arm.  How?  She was getting out of the shower, and sadly took a slip.  We know, any Brain Type can slip in the shower, though perhaps not exactly for the same reason or in the same way.  The careful, often-deliberate Left brain dominant Michelle actually took notice beforehand of the impending danger lying beneath her, but to no avail.  “I was at a hotel and I got out and I saw really slippery marble floors,” the 61-year-old recalled. “And I said to myself, ‘Self, slippery floor, be careful.’”  Still, she took the fall, and is now spending weeks slowly recovering.

But the star wasn’t the only one to recently suffer from a broken arm, the article continues.  In September, Christie Brinkley was out of “Dancing with the Stars” just hours before the 2019 season premiere of the ABC competition series when, she too, broke her arm during rehearsals and needed to undergo surgery.  “The second I landed, I felt the shards in my arm,” Brinkley told People magazine. “Like, I literally felt it in my wrist, and I just instantly looked up and said, ‘I’m so sorry, I broke my arm.’”  Yes, Brinkley is another #11 FCAL.  It’s not all that often that one article details two #11s by chance, so we couldn’t pass it up!

Also, did you notice how Christie first reacted upon experiencing her traumatic dancing accident?  How specifically might you have responded?  Though it definitely isn’t a guarantee for every individual of her design, Brinkley’s reaction was classic female #11“I’m so sorry. I broke my arm,” was her immediate response.  Notice that she not only expressed sorrow, but much sorrow. “I’m ‘so’ sorry.”  To be sure, the FCAL does not want to let others down (though their reasons may vary), wanting to be seen as dependable and trustworthy.  Regardless of one’s innate design and circumstances, it’s always mature and persuading to be others-centered. When folks believe that you really care most about them, it’s amazing how much they’ll come to your aid (even if you aren’t seeking it).

We hope a speedy recovery for both Left-brain lovely ladies.

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