Anyways, enough of that. After doing the above and this, I find myself doing practically nothing other than finding it strange that I can’t see things clearly beyond 12cm/ 5inches without contact lenses or glasses (a bothersome to wear), which is ridiculously near to read. I can’t even see the clock face across the room without them or a digital camera. People say I look better without them, but I can’t see a thing! So, when I try to take a shower or swim at a pool/the beach, I would be doing it blindly, though the colour of the objects (but not the outline), familiarity of the place and sense of direction would save me like when heading to the public toilet.
I don’t know why my eyes have become that way, but I think it started back when I started primary/elementary school around 1996. Back then CRT displays were far more common than their Plasma/LED/LCD counterparts but were very straining on the eyes (i think), because my eyes feel funny when looking at it. Add that to the lack of open spaces around where I live (I still live there today), well…, you know the rest. So technically, I haven’t seen anything with my own eyes since childhood.
I don’t know how myopia can be cured without lasik surgery, which is very expensive. I heard from somewhere about wearing something with several pinholes over your eyes and try seeing through them for a period of time. I also heard that my (future) children can inherit this problem.
(Lately, I found myself doing strange things everyday to myself when I am all alone with no one is around or in the middle of the night where everyone is sleeping. I don’t remember what it was, but I know I was blushing.)