That’s interesting because all my life I’ve had mono perception. No depth perception. It makes driving difficult. So, I don’t know the difference.
I remember not questioning my normalcy as a child. My nervousness went unnoticed. When I started to grow up, I noticed myself more and listened to critics. The result was withdrawal and feelings of inferiority.
What do you mean? I always had strabismus and can’t see 3D. My eyes can’t look at the same direction at the same time. I read it greatly reduces depth perception but I am still able to drive while being vigilant.
No, I don’t remember being a medical model psychiatrist in any of my lives. Probably was convinced to take drugs in some of them, I clearly don’t remember the shower scene in sociopath, well I kind of recall it now we have one in the “white” house.
Wallace freaked when I told him I wanted a Cuban intelligence agent, but he gave me a hug at Manesh’s leaving do. He never answer’s my texts anymore. Just told his best friend to get a life. He said he kept getting approached by lady’s asking him out, he sounded mythed. Good NHS beaurocrat though and we used to play Doctor Who back in primary school while all the girls were playing fairies. I must have been five. My teacher quit. Ms Clements. Bit sad to have lost a friend. What really was the last straw for me with Wallace was him telling me that my girlfriend was “no good for me”. I hope he and Chrissie are still working for the Caribbean besides his little folk project. Love ya infaitah.