Last November, Herb Maio responded to my column “Mental Health Troubles No Reason to Be Ashamed.”

In that column, I wrote that we in Brazoria County need more community education about mental health issues, more access to care and “a reduction in the negative stigma attached to mental health/illness.”

Paul Geisler has lived in Lake Jackson since 2005. Contact him at

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