by Heather Sellers
November 13, 2010 Imagine not being able to recognize your husband, your mother, your co-workers. For author Heather Sellers, that's everyday life: She suffers from an inability to recognize faces. In her new memoir, Sellers writes about coming to terms with the disorder, but not until she was in her 30s.
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