If you have to take million steps over a large period of time to reach a goal it is important to reiterate the vision constantly in order not to be discouraged and to remind yourself it can be achieved and it is worth achieving. I do that a lot.
My name is Michael Lievens (°’89). I’ve had strabismus ever since I was three years old. I have undergone three eye muscle surgeries at the ages of 16, 18 and 19. Surgery only worsened the double vision and lack of ocular control which were impeding me from reading and studying properly at University. Ultimately, in total desperation, I discovered something called Vision Therapy or Visual Neuro-Rehabilitation on the internet. I have consistently been pursuing this avenue ever since with slow but definite success. My double vision is already in the past and my binocular vision continues to improve.