• Should I wear my glasses all the time?

    Best answer: You should because you will get used to yourself in glasses. Right now you don't like them because you are used to the way you look without them, so wearing them seems like a different version of you. If you wear them all the time, the version of you will appear to be the 'real' you, and the one... show more
    Best answer: You should because you will get used to yourself in glasses. Right now you don't like them because you are used to the way you look without them, so wearing them seems like a different version of you. If you wear them all the time, the version of you will appear to be the 'real' you, and the one without glasses will seem a little off. Other people will get used to you in glasses too, and it will just be a part of who you are.
    I think part of how you manage your reaction to others, is just by realizing that anyone who would be mean or even care that you wear glasses isn't worth caring about their opinion. Good people will see the full you (inside and out), shallow people will fixate on small parts of your physical appearance. You can't put too much energy and time, trying to appease the shallow and small people of this world. 1. they don't deserve to be catered to, and 2. it just twists you up in knots for no good reason. If someone gives you grief for your glasses, you should be happy, because that means you can write them off as a person you have to care about their opinion. Your life just got easier, and you have more energy to focus on finding and maintaining relationships with the good people in your life. Every second you stress about your glasses adds up to hours and days and weeks of time that you could be spending on thinking about or experiencing good things in this world. If being self conscious makes you be quiet, when you might otherwise have spoken to a new person, then what if that new person was meant to become your new best friend, and you missed out because you thought how you looked in glasses was more important? Are those that would judge you important, or is experiencing your life? There are only so many moments in a life, and you have to try and figure out what things deserve your attention, and which things should just fall by the wayside. Negative comments about your glasses are things that should fall by the wayside, because the opinions of mean people have low value to a life well lived. How you feel about yourself shouldn't be a mental projection of how you think others may or may not react to you, because we are poor judges of how people will react to us, and we tend to care about the wrong things. We hold to negative comments, and forget the positive ones. It's human nature, but it can be fought. With practice, it gets easier to discount the vile spewings of hateful people, as nothing more than the outward expression of someone who is in pain or unhappy with their life, and doesn't know how to communicate that pain appropriately. Often it actually has nothing to do with you or your appearance, and just the fact that you are the one standing there when they let out a hate bletch. Don't let them dictate what is important in your life, they are not wise stewards of your life. Care about the opinions of good people, and let the opinions of the bad and sad fall by the wayside.
    7 answers · 7 hours ago
  • My eyeglasses are going bad. Do I really need to go for an eye exam to get it replaced?

    Best answer: There are several online places to get glasses from. They don't care if your prescription is expired or not.
    Best answer: There are several online places to get glasses from. They don't care if your prescription is expired or not.
    4 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Would you say 6 feet 4 inches or 193cm is a normal height for a man?

    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Sound only coming from left speaker in truck?

    Best answer: Car speakers tend to wear out, and even break, over time. This is especially true with the kind of lower quality original equipment (OE) speakers that most cars and trucks come equipped with. Internal components can wear out or come loose through regular use, and there's not a lot that can be done about it.... show more
    Best answer: Car speakers tend to wear out, and even break, over time. This is especially true with the kind of lower quality original equipment (OE) speakers that most cars and trucks come equipped with. Internal components can wear out or come loose through regular use, and there's not a lot that can be done about it. That being said, car speakers tend to fail one at a time. Every speaker in a car audio system dying at once is very unlikely without some serious abuse, like cranking the volume high enough to blow the speakers out. When all of the speakers in a car audio system all stop working at once, the problem is usually in the head unit, in the amp, or in the wiring. In order to narrow down the exact cause of this type of car audio problem, some basic troubleshooting is in order. If your head unit turns on just fine, but you don’t get any sound from the speakers, it’s easy to jump to the conclusion that the speakers are the problem. However, the fact that the head unit is turning on doesn’t mean it’s working properly. Before you do anything else, you’ll want to verify that the head unit hasn’t entered an anti-theft mode that requires a car radio code. Check the volume, fade and pan settings. Test different audio inputs (i.e. radio, CD player, auxiliary input, etc). Test any onboard fuses. Check for loose or unplugged wires. Usually bro, the wiring is connected in the door of the car. You can refer to the step by step procedure on how to do it on Youtube. When you checked the fade and pan settings on your head unit, you may have discovered that they were set to a speaker or speakers that had failed, and that you were able to get sound by moving to a speaker or speakers that work. In that case, you’re looking at a problem with your car stereo wiring or a faulty speaker or speakers. Since speaker wires are often routed behind panels and molding, under seats, and beneath carpet, it can be difficult to visibly inspect them. Depending on your situation, it may be easier to check for continuity between one end of each wire (at the head unit or amp) and the other end at each speaker. If you don’t see continuity, that means the wire is broken somewhere. On the other hand, if you see continuity to ground, then you’re dealing with a shorted wire. If your speakers are mounted in doors, then a common point of failure is where the speaker wire passes between the door and the door frame. Although door wiring harnesses are typically protected by hard rubber sheathes, the wires can still end up breaking over time due to the repeated stresses endured in opening and closing the doors. With that in mind, you may also want to check for continuity and shorts with the doors both open and closes. If you find that one speaker is shorted to ground in that manner, that can actually cause all of the speakers to cut out.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to choose sunglasses?

    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • Is it possible to get corrective lenses without a doctor to prescribe them?

    I know that it is possible to get lenses that will help with reading at pretty much any store; however, I need lenses for correcting normal vision. I have been to the eye doctor recently, and they checked my vision and found a small prescription in one of my eyes. Due to it being so small, the doctor didn't... show more
    I know that it is possible to get lenses that will help with reading at pretty much any store; however, I need lenses for correcting normal vision. I have been to the eye doctor recently, and they checked my vision and found a small prescription in one of my eyes. Due to it being so small, the doctor didn't even write it down, so I was unable to get the prescription when I called later. I know the prescription strength, is there anyway to order them without a doctor?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I have bought these Ray Ban prescription glasses from Glasses USA and I now I want to know if they are trustworthy after things I have seen?

    Best answer: Ray Ban makes the frames. They do not make the prescription lenses. Prescription glasses from Glasses USA will have their lenses in the frames you purchase from them.
    Best answer: Ray Ban makes the frames. They do not make the prescription lenses. Prescription glasses from Glasses USA will have their lenses in the frames you purchase from them.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which would harm an eye more, a packet of iodized salt from Hardee's or a packet of black pepper from Carl's Jr?

    Best answer: Salt of any kind is going to mess your eyes up, probably even cause blindness if not severe eye damage. Pepper can be used in sprays to detain and immobilize people. Black pepper is probably one of more mild varieties of pepper and wouldn't do more than cause irritation for a few hours. I would prefer pepper... show more
    Best answer: Salt of any kind is going to mess your eyes up, probably even cause blindness if not severe eye damage.

    Pepper can be used in sprays to detain and immobilize people. Black pepper is probably one of more mild varieties of pepper and wouldn't do more than cause irritation for a few hours.

    I would prefer pepper over salt in my eyes if I had to choose.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do my glasses look thick?

    Do my glasses look thick?

    Best answer: Yep, I agree with David E , the frame is too wide for a power like that which adds a lot of edge thickness. A semi rimless frame is a poor choice to begin with. You ordered those online I presume which now shows you the difference between a layman and a professional when it comes to complicated jobs like that one. show more
    Best answer: Yep, I agree with David E , the frame is too wide for a power like that which adds a lot of edge thickness.

    A semi rimless frame is a poor choice to begin with.

    You ordered those online I presume which now shows you the difference between a layman and a professional when it comes to complicated jobs like that one.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can I get rid of a lazy eye?

    How can I get rid of a lazy eye?

    Best answer: You can't Dear.

    Check with an Ophthalmologist about eyelid surgery. Your droopy eyelid seems to be a big part of the problem. That is called ptosis.
    Best answer: You can't Dear.

    Check with an Ophthalmologist about eyelid surgery. Your droopy eyelid seems to be a big part of the problem. That is called ptosis.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What happens if a trucker who wears eye glasses breaks them out on the road?

    I was wondering when a truck driver who wears glasses somehow breaks them, what happens? Keep in mind It takes a number of days to get a new prescription
    I was wondering when a truck driver who wears glasses somehow breaks them, what happens? Keep in mind It takes a number of days to get a new prescription
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Changed alternator now radio in car won’t work?

    My 2000 Nissan Sentra needed an alternator replacement so I took it to a shop. Radio worked fine when I brought it in. I get it back everything works except the radio. Now my radio is not a base model. The previous owner installed a Sony one, nothing to fancy but it has an aux cord, so probably a 2009 radio by the... show more
    My 2000 Nissan Sentra needed an alternator replacement so I took it to a shop. Radio worked fine when I brought it in. I get it back everything works except the radio. Now my radio is not a base model. The previous owner installed a Sony one, nothing to fancy but it has an aux cord, so probably a 2009 radio by the looks of it. Anyways the radio won’t work and everything else electrical is fine so any ideas on why it won’t work and if you know why what do I do?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I wear a torn contact for a day?

    Best answer: It only takes a few minutes to cause an abrasion because of a tear in a lens, or even worse, a couple of hours of rubbing in the same spot can become numb so you don't even feel it until an ulcer forms and THAT is very painful , and you will be several weeks of not wearing lenses after. Being as you have no... show more
    Best answer: It only takes a few minutes to cause an abrasion because of a tear in a lens, or even worse, a couple of hours of rubbing in the same spot can become numb so you don't even feel it until an ulcer forms and THAT is very painful , and you will be several weeks of not wearing lenses after.

    Being as you have no other lenses means you have some of those crappy Korean color lenses which are always a danger to wear.

    You asked and you have been told. Do not wear a torn lens...ever , ever .
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I get laser eye surgery?

    Had pretty alright eyesight my whole life but just went for an eye test last week and I’ve now been prescribed my first pair of glasses. Prescription isn’t too strong but I do need to wear them pretty much all the time when I’m looking at distant objects. I know I’ve only had them for less than a week but they’re... show more
    Had pretty alright eyesight my whole life but just went for an eye test last week and I’ve now been prescribed my first pair of glasses. Prescription isn’t too strong but I do need to wear them pretty much all the time when I’m looking at distant objects. I know I’ve only had them for less than a week but they’re really annoying and I hate the feeling of them on my face so looking into laser eye surgery, after discussing with people at work. Is it worth me doing with my prescription of around -1 and -0.75?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago