Monday, February 16, 2009

Have you ever read MSFfocus 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 privilege of writing for MSFocus magazine. If you have the opportunity to read the magazine check out my article "Sometimes A Nap Is In Order" on p. 54 Of the Winter 2009 Issue. I would love to hear your thoughts on my experiences that made up my story. Have you had similar experiences? Do you have any suggestions to limit or reduced mishaps around the house? I would love to hear them, because it's all about helping one another navigate through this "game" of MS.

I have also written an article entitled "The Gang's All Here" dealing with how MS affects families and relationships, which you may find interesting. "The Gang's All Here" was published in the Summer 2008 Issue of MSFfocus magazine on page 50.

I am so looking forward to your thoughts, feedback and suggestions. And, please visit my web site:

Thanks and God bless,

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Thanks for your support, thoughts and prayers

Thank you from Chris for all your support and prayers.
I'm so happy that you became a member of my web site. That means more than you'll ever know to me. I worked so hard writing this book so that others could avoid making the same relationship destroying mistakes that I did as a result of my life/marriage being interrupted by MS. Sometimes I can't believe that I literally made my life and open book, because I am not proud of the way I was acting when I was at my lowest emotionally.

I think it's very easy to forget about your loved ones and all that they do for us, when we're struggling the way we sometimes do. When I was struggling or in pain or suffering from very low self-esteem and embarrassment it was easy to lash out. I remembered doing it, but I never recognized it as being an issue until it was too late and my wife wanted a divorce. Hopefully my book and web site wiwas whatll help others though awareness, recognize the damaging "poor me attitude" behaviors that are so controlling, selfish and often downright mean. Can you imagine being that way to someone you love?
Well, that Was Me. I'm so blessed to be married again to the most wonderful woman. I'll never be mean and ugly again. So, what has changed?
After writing my book, rewriting, editing and re-editing, I really can't slip up and if I do, one must remember that my new wife has read the book as well and she can point out which pages need to be revisited, smile.

Thank you so much and God bless,