Mental illness is viewed by people in a negative light. Thus, it affects how people treat or view a person with a mental illness. But in Bric a Brac of Knowledge, it is proven by its owner that people suffering from such illnesses are the opposite of what others consider them to be eg. irresponsible and lazy. The owner of Bric a Brac of Knowledge website is suffering from a mental illness, but that did not stop him from thinking of something worthwhile to do, which for him was blogging.
In the past, it was easy for people to consider every individual with a mental disorder as one who cannot function without other people’s help. Even today, it is not easy to erase such thoughts when meeting people. Changing how a person views an individual with a mental disorder is hard, however ill people can show and prove to themselves that they can still function. Jamie showed and proved this with his blogging website which is now successfully established.
Everything contained at the BricaBracofKnowledge is focused on providing information, reviews and even how-to guides on a diverse range of topics. Reviews about software and websites can be found at the site, along with many step by step guides. All these are written by Jamie, the owner and blogger of the site. It is a hobby he often practices after a day of taking care of his kids. The blog posts published at the site are researched well. Jamie intends to provide people with articles and information on topics that interest him and can be useful to others. He is a proud father, a dreamer and an internet enthusiast. At present, Jamie is heavily medicated with a maximum dose of anti-depressants and anti-psychotics to help with his schizophrenic disorder.
As a blogger, Jamie always aims to write and provide content that is done in an honest and fair manner. For those who are interested in making use of the information and articles presented, visiting the site is always free.
Bric a Brac of Knowledge is based in Anglesey, United Kingdom. Jamie, the owner is a person with a mental disorder. He is always hoping that one day, a cure for his illness will be developed. While it is not yet happening, he will keep with his routine, which entails taking care of his kids in the day and finding the motivation to study or write blogs at night. Motivation being the hardest to find, is part of mental illness. That being the reason others often assume ill people are lazy. Lack of concentration also goes hand in hand with these illnesses again causing others to make assumptions about sufferers.
To see the available blog posts at Bric a Brac of Knowledge, feel free to visit http://www.bricabracofknowledge.com/
Contact: Jamie Moroney
Company: Bric a Brac of Knowledge
Address: Anglesey, United Kingdom