Compassion for others affects own well being

Colleen Harshbarger, Morgantown
As the story about Deputy Mayor Mark Brazaitis came out recently and was posted on social media, I was saddened by the hurtful comments and ways that people chose to express disagreement with another. I supported Brazaitis as a City Council candidate and believe that when he’s in his right mind, he is a good advocate for social justice, health, and environmental issues that affect our community. These issues are all important to me.

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