Eager job seekers and motivated employees are always trying to show how intelligent they are in hopes of landing a new job or scoring a coveted promotion. They try to talk smart, dress smart, act smart, and probably are smart, but it turns out one of the best validations of being smart might just be wearing their glasses (next to walking around with their IQ pinned to their name tag).
The eye chart showed the big 'E', and your child guessed it was a 'cat'. Either somebody needs to get the cat out of the exam room, or your little one may need glasses. What's the best plan of attack, not only to help now but to also help slow down the rate of degradation later on? After all, the number one fear I hear from patients is "I don't want to end up having glasses like Bubbles" ( I am not joking).