Both answers given were good, and the video is probably excellent. I can’t go look at it in a flash because I have dial up connection and it takes forever for even a short video to come in.
But here is the kindergarten approach that I use to this stitch. With the yarn in front for purling, I swing the far end of the LH needle to the right so that I’m looking at the back of the stitches that are on the needle to be worked. Then I insert the RH needle into the stitch from right to left (so that the points of both needles are going in the same direction), then I turn the LH needle back to normal position, yarn around and finish purling the stitch. Works for me.
This is a little slower, but is easier for me. If I had a lot of them to do I would probably learn to do it without turning it around. :lol: You may want to be a “big girl” and do it the right way, but doing it this way will at least get you started and show you where you are supposed to be putting the RH needle. Maybe it will be helpful.