I wish I could respond to all the individual comments, but they keep growing. I don't understand the media culture of Taiwan and I didn't think my post would turn into this. But thanks to all the people who said nice things about me. It means the world to me there are people who stood up for me after everything that's happened. I also learned from life, if you find yourself citing facts and logic and they're still not listening, they're probably never going to.
I have some things that I think should be communicated to the public. A teachable moment if you will. If you take away one thing from everything I ever wrote, let it be these things:
I don't know why you know so much about my health. I kindly asked Evelyn months ago to stop telling people. And I can't believe I have to say something so obvious out loud. But STOP TELLING PEOPLE ABOUT MY HEALTH! IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE PRIVATE! If readers take nothing else away from this, don't violate people’s health privacy. Ever.
This post is long but this is important: LAWYERS ARE NOT PSYCHOLOGISTS. Depression should not keep someone away from their kids. It doesn't impair your ability to care for them. No one should be attacked for having depression. No one blames someone with a broken leg, they put on a cast so it can heal. We give antibiotics to treat infections, not shame them. Stop using my private mental health issues as a reason I can't see my son.