My Cheerful Asymmetry

By Lydia Mainville

In the waiting room this morning, I heard on the radio that the left side of the face is more expressive than the right because it is controlled by the right side of the brain, which plays a more dominant role in emotional processing.

I know it’s not so simple, but how funny it is to think that all this time, my crooked smile may have been the work of my brain’s right hemisphere.

I don’t mind it so much anymore.

 

October 21, 2015 Blueprint Magazine Literature No Comments

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