I have finally published my book, One-Eyed Princess: Gaining depth in sight and mind, on my vision therapy journey and what it is like to see in 2D in a 3D world. See here for more information.

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One-Eyed Princess book cover

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  1. Lynn Gehl says:

    who is the publisher please?

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    On Sat, Aug 27, 2016 at 7:47 PM, One Eyed Princess Blog wrote:

    > seeingindouble posted: “I have finally published my book, One-Eyed > Princess: Gaining depth in sight and mind, on my vision therapy journey and > what it is like to see in 2D in a 3D world. See here for more information. > ” >

  2. Keith Cary says:

    I’m happy to report that I’m enjoying it very much. I’ll comment more when I’m done. Thanks for all the work you put into an often misunderstood subject.

  3. Ssrah says:

    My copy arrived today and I can’t wait to start reading it! I didn’t realize that I lacked 3D vision until a couple of years ago, after I began vision theory and read “Fixing My Gaze.” Since I started experiencing some 3D vision, I often try to explain the difference to others but it’s a hard concept to describe. I’m so happy to have the opportunity to read about your experience!

    • “Explaining the unexplainable” is one of the chapters in the book. I think it will strike a chord with you! Were you also an adult when you found out you couldn’t see in 3D? How did you react?

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