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  1. Hi Jocelyn,
    Enjoyed your blog,would like to follow your new updates.. I was taking a break from work and searching around on goolge, then I found your blog. It feels so awesome to me to have a famliy like yours. And you are very beautiful : ) By the way, I am a local Chinese, originally from Huzhou,but working in Shanghai now. I am not quite a blogger myself, but your blog intrigues me as this is something I am very interested in. cause I think I pretty much into white girls. But never get a chance to develop a serious relation with any . I am acutally quite a good talker, sometimes even quite a big talker, but I become very shy and I get really nervious when I am talking to someone I see very attractive. : ( too bad!
    Anyway, keep me posted of your new writtings by email alerts, really liked it

  2. Hi,

    Is there any way that I can get your attorney’s number? I have a friend who is attending ISU that is going through almost the EXACT same thing as your husband. She has been calling attorney’s for the past two weeks and there is nobody in her immediate area that is willing to help her. I would appreciate any information on Mr. Yu’s law firm that you can provide.

    Thanks in advance.

  3. Jocelyn,

    Good day! I just came across your article about Idaho State issue. I am not a psychologist but I am a therapist. I have had my fair share of clients sitting across from me disclosing how much they hate therapy, hate therapist, and how the very systems that were supposed to be there to help them failed them. I have, too, seen academic programs release students with little to no cause.

    How did things turn out with the case or is it still going? I understand if you cannot speak about.

    Thank you for your time,


  4. Hi Jocelyn! I’d love to interview you and your husband for my upcoming book about highly sensitive people. I sent you an email. 🙂 Let me know if you’re interested.

  5. I am from Europe living in Canada and I fall in love with a Chinese man. It is a quite special situation, and honestly it would need a miracle to have a relationship between us. I am just trying to understand somehow Chinese culture to understand him a little. After a time of showing some interests, he started completely shunning me for some reason. We saw each other in professional settings and started to develop feelings. I felt he know that I love him, but I also felt that he likes me, but we could not reveal it. I felt he treated me special, and spent time with me and placed me before others. He put his hands on my face and so on Than all of a sudden he disappeared. He is completely avoiding the places he knows I could be there at work. If I am there by chance, maybe says hello and leaves right away. I don’t think I did something wrong, but it seems he completely changed. I wish I knew what has happened. I am without answers.

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