Blind Sided

“Steve jumped away from me, his eyes wide with fear and surprise. It was an expression unlike anything I’d seen cross my husband’s face before — because, I belatedly realized, this man was not my husband.” WaPo: My Life With Face Blindness. “This diagnosis would make me question all the stories I’ve ever told about myself, the very fabric of my identity. It felt like I’d bought a ticket for a Ferris wheel and ended up being launched into space.” (Browsing the daily news produces a similar sensation.)

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