My Face Is AsymmetricalMy face is asymmetrical to look at because it seems like my right eye is not level with my left eye, it's above it, further up my face. Imagine having eyes like that! People's faces can look bad in a lot of ways but the LEAST thing you can expect from your dna is to give you a face that is THE SAME on both sides of the nose! This has made me angry, i feel it's just getting worse. My lousy dna!
I think my asymmetrical eyes look absolutely horrible when the problem shows. The time it really shows is in pictures. Everyone looks the same in pictures as they do in real life (well, most of the time) but the thing about my eyes is harder to notice when you're looking at me and have eye contact with me. You don't have that when you look at a picture.
I've told my concern to a few people. A couple of girls agreed with me that my eyes are not level with each other but said that they had never noticed it before. I know why and i already explained that above: It's only really visible in pictures. One dude simply denied that my eyes were not in level with each other and i made him take a picture of my face with his phone so he could look properly when he got home. He never mentioned the picture again, he's such a nice guy and friendly to everyone.
I don't know if the structure of my skull is really so weird that my right eye socket is above my left, but it sure looks like it. This could have something to do with another problem i have with my skull. My jaw has started growing in an unusual way, it grows more in the left side than in the right, which means my teeth only connect on one single tooth in the right side of my mouth. Maybe my left side of my jaw is pulling the left side of my face down while the right side isn't following because of my right jaw which isn't growing at the same rate at all. I'm having jaw surgery once both my jaws have stopped growing.
Right now, the only thing i can do to hide my facial "mutation" of my asymmetrical eyes is to tilt my head a bit to the right whenever i see someone taking a picture of me, which brings my eyes to level with each other. That's not a very durable solution though.