Anonymous asked: I always notice people with eyes like that, I usually just smile like I would to any other normal person that would catch my gaze, cause catching a smile is better that catching a weird stare or having others point at you, or commenting. I have pseudo-strabismus, it's a false appearance of strabismus but it would shock you if I were to tell how many negative comment I get about my eyes, so I know what it's like. That's why when I meet or see people with strabismus it's always with respect
I doubt it would shock me. People can be terrible. I had a group of kids one morning in elementary school have this huge mean spirited discussion on who I was looking at , and when, and why, etc. Then I worked as a waitress - had a table of 4 actually argue in front of me while I was trying to take their dessert order about who I was actually looking at. I had to calmly explain that I was indeed looking at Person A, but that I had an eye condition, blah blah — when all I wanted to do was cut & run, and maybe explain how they were being incredibly rude, but… whatever. <3 I’ve never heard of pseudo-strabismus, I don’t think . I’ll look into it. Since it’s only psuedo, is there anything they can do, or is it just something you have had to learn to live with?