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Something About Me and My Book:
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I grew up in Massachusetts and went to college in Vermont, where ...

It was not my intention to be a writer with degrees in ecology, chemistry and human resources, but in 1995, after having relapsing remitting MS for 15 years I was disabled by secondary progresses MS. Between the disease and my divorce in 2002 my life was a mess and seemed to have only one direction, down! But, God had bigger plans. I'm in the process of writing my second self-help MS book entitled A Christian Perspective and I frequently write articles for various magazines, online magazines and web sites like and and just recently I had a two page article published in the 2008 summer issue of MS focus magazine. I look forward to meeting and making new friends here.

Life Interrupted: It's Not All About Me by author and multiple sclerosis sufferer Chris Tatevosian, published by Christian book publisher: Tate Publishing Enterprises LLC

Life Interrupted: It's Not All About Me
by Chris M. Tatevosian

"Life Interrupted: It's Not all about Me, is a candid and humble memoir about one young man's diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis and how his 'poor-me' attitude cost him his marriage. Chris hopes others might learn from his mistakes to communicate more effectively and not allow disability and low self-worth to destroy relationships. Chris also writes about his faith in God, and his new wife, Jane, who he married in April of 2007."
148 pages - $11.99 (paperback) .

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This is my newly designed Book promotional banner I hope that it's not too much to ask, but I I would love it, truly appreciate it and forever be indebted to you___ OK, for a little while anyway, lol, if you would place my banner on your page, blog or web site.
You can also find it online here is the link:

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Thank you and be well,

This book is also available for purchase as an audio book, as well as an eBook download from . Welcome to the world of eBooks where instead of receiving a physical paper book in the mail, you would be given access to the eBook file for this complete book. Within minutes you can be reading this book on your computer, PDA, cellphone or a stand-alone eBook reader (such as the Sony Reader)—at a reduced cost.

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Montell Williams on Oprah last week.... What did you think?

Hello this is Chris Tatevosian, author, MS suffer and longtime member of Mandy's Maze. As most of us know already Mandy's Maze and MS Central are enlightening, informative and educational sites dealing with multiple sclerosis among other ailments. Mandy's Maze, designed and written by Mandy Crest who like myself has and deals with MS every day. The Maze has so much to offer to all individuals, not just those of us dealing with MS. Recently I read this article written by Mandy Crest…

Posted on April 13, 2009 at 6:50pm

Have you ever read MSFocus magazine?

Hello fellow MS'rs, friends and family,

Chris Tatevosian author of the book Life Interrupted, It's Not All About Me, here to share two articles I have written that have been published in MSFocus magazine. Besides being an awesome magazine, the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation's publication is produced to empower those affected by MS with the information necessary to make the most complete and educated decisions concerning their healthcare.

On occasion I have been blessed with the… Continue

Posted on February 17, 2009 at 3:20pm

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A thank you from Chris and guestbook contact information

Hello everyone,

I just wanted to say thank you to all of you who have visited my web site . A special thanks to you who have signed my guestbook and shared a little about your own lives with me. Many of you have asked me to keep in touch. I would love to share my e-mail address with you, in hopes that you contact me directly. I will certainly get right back to… Continue

Posted on November 11, 2008 at 10:06pm

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At 7:14pm on February 22, 2010, Kimberley Linstruth-Beckom said…
Thanks Chris! I sent you an email to let you know that I also added your link to my blog too. I forgot to add where you can find it, though, so I'll add that link here. You can find it at Fibro and Fabulous.
At 7:38am on January 7, 2010, Stephen Rosenzweig said…
I wanted to let you know that my book The Journey should be ready for the marketplace in the next few weeks. Please check out the website for the book - - I hope you enjoy it.I pray everyting is going well for you.
At 6:42am on September 13, 2009, Stephen Rosenzweig said…
Hi Chris, I havn't said Hi for awhile. How are you doing?
At 10:36am on September 1, 2009, Stephen Rosenzweig said…
Hi Chris,
I see you attract many caring, proactive people to you. I have followied your page for a while now.
I to have been coping with chronic disease. 17 years ago I was diagnosed with end stage cirrhosis of the liver. After my esophogial varices hemoraged 5 times in a 4 month period tje doctors removed my spleen, appendix, and gall bladder and put in a splenal-renal shunt. About 5 times a year I end up in the ER with hepatic encephalopothy. I have had to retire early from teaching HS science and am on disability.
My book The Journey should be released In Oct. Anyone with an open adventurous mind who is interested in mental, and spiritual growth will find this book interesting and enjoyable.
Check out my website for info on me and the book,
At 11:29am on August 31, 2009, Pastor Sharon Billington said…
Hi Chris,
Sorry I missed your program. May God use you to encourage others that things don't have to stay painful.

Pastor Sharon Billington
At 7:24am on August 18, 2009, Deborah Weed said…
Hi Chris,

I have a mission similar to yours! Even though I am an author of The Luckiest Penny for children, it is my dad's wisdom that drives me. . .

I do not have MS, but the doctors thought I did for a long time. For four years I was bedridden and felt stuck. (My dad was able to help me get unstuck.) I have started a Ning social network to help people get unstuck. I want people who are experiencing inertia, whether from illness, disappointment, abandonment, etc., to have wonderful guides to help them through. I am beginning to interview people now and you might be someone that I would like to highlight.

If you are interested in conversing, you can either join my Ning site @ , or . .
At 10:12pm on August 30, 2008, Lily Finch said…
Hello Chris. Thank you for your letter. My entire purpose is to assist people in triumphing over tragedy and seeing the perfection of the events of their lives in assisting them in re-remembering who they truly are. I would love to read your book and put a link on my site. I will send you my book to read so you will know if it is something you can endorse on your site. Please send me your mailing address and if you would be so kind as to email me a bit of your book, I'm sure it will be perfect to link to my site.

At 3:50am on July 1, 2008, Stacey T Pollock said…
Yes I have a couple of friends dealing with MS. I see them so tired and exhausted all the time. When I see how much you are achieving with writing and how you seem in your photo's it is encouragement for others dealing with the same issues. Also with my friends they push through alot to still achieve so much in their lives, and find real value in all that they do.

I know that some people have overcome MS to some degree. Best of luck for the future with all that you do and your writing.

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