First of all this site is great. I just got a Bells Palsy diagnosis a few weeks ago and I've been doing research online. I found some facial exercises that you can do..http://www.bellspalsy.ws/exercise.htm..its mostly raising the eyebrows, massaging the cheeks, and pressing the lips together. I was wondering if anyone had tried any of these and if it worked or helped at all? I was also wondering what you do when you meet people. Do you tell them right away so they don't wonder what's up with your face or do you just keep it to yourself. I was wondering this because I am a young person who just moved to a new city and I like to meet new people but my face pulls to the side when I talk now and it makes me really self-conscious. Also, how do you all deal with feeling self conscious? Thanks
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