by Leon Corkum
How to cope with a person with schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder?
To some, getting out of the situation altogether is the order of the day. After all, the situation may seem helpless and a sure way to waste the best years of ones life. Not for Leon Corkums very best friend Noel, however.
In She-Devils from Hell: Noels Personal Diary Chronicles, Leon tells in great detail how his close friend Noel had coped with a wife who suffers from the illness for no less than fifty years. Certainly, it is no mean feat, but as Leon admits, marriage is more than joy throughout; one must be wary since God Himself is a witness to the pact that binds two people together in all the aspects of living together. More than an account of the illness itself, this work reflects the hope, faith, and love of an extraordinary man amidst the most difficult situation one could imagine being in.
About the Author:
Born in Vineland, New Jersey, Leon Corkum was trade schooled at Dartmouth and New Bedford, Massachussetts. A US Army veteran, Leon has been a security officer, a restaurant equipment salesman, an energy director, an egg rancher, an electrical control designer, and a businessman for Heating and Air-Condition, Ammonia Refrigeration, Electrical and Plumbing Co., Inc. He is a proud father of eight beautiful children, grandfather to twenty-four children, and great-grandfather of one beautiful child.
(2014, paperback, 144 pages)