Good post from Elisha Goldstein here on shaking up your routine and getting a new perspective on life.
But the cynic in me wants to add: sometimes an asymmetrical face is just an asymmetrical face. It’s how you evaluate it that matters. Do you see it as faulty and defective and just another reason why you’re not good enough? Or do you see it as adding character, making you unique and a sign that you are perhaps a bit more sensitive to self-esteem issues?
I can relate since I have had the exact same problem.