* Tales from a shortsighted * ❤️❤️❤️ I didn't fight against my glasses from the beginning, it took me a couple of years to really hate them with all my being. They took me away from many things during my childhood, like roller skate, or a bike,or video games, and the worst of all :I wasn't allow to walk back from school on my own. So, it was a matter of independence . By the time I reached my teens I begun to care about my appaeriance, like many girls, and that gave me another whole packet of reasons to hate them that I didn't even had think before. So when I turned 18 I made my mind and paid myself for a wonderful magical pair of contacts lenses. From there, I spent all my youth strongly attached to them, many people in my life never knew I had a severe sight problem or didn't even saw me once wearing my glasses. I kept denying my condition for over fifteen years, forcing myself into carrying what I thought it was a "normal life". The fact is that I simply was afraid of facing reality. A reality that is harder and challenging. A reality that I had been evading for so many years. But once I acceptted myself as a low vision patient , everything started to flow very organically, even more calmly. Today finds me wearing glasses again, but for the first time I'm having a healthy relationship with them. And that, to me, feels like an accomplishnent and gives me real joy. Today I can finally wear my glasses without worrying about them. 💕💕💕 What's your journey with your high prescription glasses?
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