Look at yourself in the mirror. What do you see? We never really see the same image others do. The reflection is, instead, the reverse of what others see. Curiously, how we emotionally connect to the visual presentation that is reflected (versus how others view us) is often far removed from other perceptions as well. When what we see before us is distorted even more than what would be considered reasonable—typified by deeply negative or critical feelings—we could be subject to a disorder called dysmorphia. Dysmorphia is based off the Greek word for “bad form” and means “malformation; an abnormality in the shape or size of a body part; also called dysmorphism,” as defined by Dictionary.com. Similar to a person who has dysmorphia, a company can have marketing dysmorphism.