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One Husband Two Men

One Husband Two Men


This is a detailed account of how to preserve yourself and your family while helping your loved one recover from mental illness in dignity.

The author candidly shares about the journey with her husband whose bizarre behavior eventually led to the diagnosis of schizophrenia. A true love story of empathy, courage, commitment and perseverance.

Margaret Ong says she now understands her “limit after going through this humbling experience dealing with schizophrenia.”

She also writes, “The journey of primary caregiving has helped me to mature spiritually and taught me the core meaning of faith, enduring love, empathy and social responsibility for others. It has opened my eyes to see the plight of those in a similar boat as Leslie’s.”


Margaret Ong speaks about her journey with her husband suffering from schizophenia:

SKU: 978-981-18-1396-2

    Prior to 2013, Margaret Ong was Vice President at Hewlett Packard, Asia Pacific & Japan, located in Singapore. After her husband’s illness, she became a volunteer Caregiver Leader with CAL (Caregiver Alliance Ltd Singapore), facilitating the Caregivers training workshops since 2014, and participating in Advocacy Talks against the stigma of mental illnesses.

    Since January 2020, she has been involved in the inception of Caring For Life (CFL) organization, a non-profit that seeks to establish a community approach to early identification of suicide ideation and care.  She is currently one of their volunteer trainers.


    This book is an excellent read and reference for those needing help intervening and advocating for better outcomes, a better life, better relationships and a successful, intact family in the throes of schizophrenia and other major mental illnesses.


    Indeed there are many valuable lessons for readers out there, especially caregivers of people with mental illness as well as mental health care professionals…



    Margaret draws her strength to persevere in helping her husband through her deep love for him and through the support from professionals, fellow caregivers and God.



    • ISBN978-981-18-1396-2
    • Author: Margaret W. K. ONG
    • Book Size: 210mm x 140mm (portrait)
    • Pages: 138
    • Year:  2021
    • Publisher: Word Image
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