Prosopagnosia

Yes, I am Face Blind

But I can (mostly) deal with it

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I was seven years old and got separated from my mother in a grocery store. I wasn’t scared, but I wanted to find her. I retraced our steps. No luck. I scanned the women in all the aisles. I peered at all the people in the checkout lines, but I didn’t see her. I stood at one end of the aisles, reasoning that she would have to…

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Jean Elizabeth Glass

Jean Elizabeth Glass

I write things. A lot. I love to travel. I edit and create content. Need help with words? I can help. jean@wordsmithweb.com

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