I was born a preacher's kid PK in the Midwest near the midpoint of the last century. I lived that legacy until I was 21, when I met an enlightened being named Bob Kevorkian, who gave me my life back. But that didn't mean I was free, only that I wasn't doomed.
Since then, I've been married once and had a long term relationship after that. I have two sons, both adults now. I'm on my own now, and I'm using this opportunity to find out more about who I am and how I can be a better person for myself and others. I'm not really looking for a relationship because I'm not yet confident that I can sustain it.
The name "rightbrain" comes from a lifelong struggle to balance my life. I've always been really good at skills associated with the left half of the brain: logical,
sequential, rational, analytical, objective, look at parts. Because I'm good at them, I have relied on them to the detriment of rightbrain skills: random, intuitive, holistic, synthesizing, subjective, looks at the whole. I am trying to balance them, and taking the name (in several venues, but not all) is a start.
So I'm an overly-analytical old fogey. Or I'm a mystical visionary iconoclast. I am what you make of me.
I am insghtful, mindful, and brave