In his New Book, Tim Carroll Offers Fresh Perspectives on Dating for Singles Over 50

June 22nd, 2011

Singles have a hard enough time finding love. But what if you are over 50 and alone? In his new book titled “Don’t Give Up on Love,” Cambridge Who’s Who member Tim Carroll offers sound advice to help the middle-aged to meet potential companions, and forge healthy and happy relationships. The book serves to help older men and women to rekindle their faith that somewhere, someone is there that can make them happy.

At the age of 68, Mr. Carroll has found success dating in the modern world. Reflecting on his experiences, he offers wisdom and advice on such topics as dealing with past baggage, addressing divorce, facing resistant adult children, and coping with illness and bereavement. As he covers just about every situation dealing with romance, Mr. Carroll reminds readers that they are not alone and that, despite contrary belief, they have a lot of options in front of them. Important highlights include: finding the courage to date again; if it’s okay to remain single; whether it’s ever too late to date, mate or marry; how friends can become lovers; if that long-ago high-school flame can be yours again; how to safely find love online; what to do with feelings of loss and grief; and how to handle loneliness.

“Don’t Give Up on Love” is a shining beacon of hope for anyone who thought that he or she was past his or her prime for the dating pool. It is a refreshing source of hope, inspiration and hope for the future. To purchase your copy, please visit the “Don’t Give Up on Love” promo page. You can also visit the official website for “Don’t Give Up on Love.”

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K. Patrick Bonovich Depicts the Heartwarming and Humorous Side of Health Care Professionals

January 26th, 2011

Waking Up EmilyWith more than 40 years of experience as a medical physician, Cambridge Who’s Who® member K. Patrick Bonovich, MD has built a lifelong career in patient care. He recently released his first novel, titled “Waking Up Emily: Antics and Inspirations While Patients Sleep,” which provides a fascinating depiction of the trials and tribulations of health care providers.

The novel gives a fictional account, based on the true-life observations, of a large, metropolitan hospital’s anesthesia department. Seen through the eyes of the medical staff, “Waking Up Emily” is an irreverent, heart-warming, humorous — yet often tear-jerking — description of the professional lives of doctors, nurses and paraprofessionals.

Compiled in a series of vignettes, the novel illustrates the daily activities that occur, whereby values clash, to create a professional “tug-of-war” — the end goal being successful outcomes of the lifesaving sort. “Waking Up Emily” provides readers with a glimpse into the tactics employed by those administering the services, and the lives of the people who must operate daily in this environment.

In addition to working on his third book about firemen titled, “Deadly Consequences and Convenient Heroes, Dr. Bonovich is co-authoring another publication titled, “No Weight Loss Gimmicks.” The latter explores the biological and psychological circumstances that contribute to excess weight gain and validates the need for combined long-term medication, diet and behavior modification for effective weight loss.

K. Patrick Bonovich, MD earned a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from the University of Maryland in 1954 and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1962. He was instrumental in the establishment, development and administration of Fallston General Hospital, which later became Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. Dr. Bonovich also treats and administers care for inmates at a local prison.

Dr. K. Patrick Bonovich’s novel, “Waking Up Emily: Antics and Inspirations While Patients Sleep,” is available for purchase at Amazon.com.

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Cambridge Who’s Who Member Chris M. Tatevosian’s Book, “Life Interrupted: It’s Not All About Me” Receives Positive Reviews

December 2nd, 2010

For the past 30 years, Cambridge Who’s Who® member Chris M. Tatevosian has suffered from multiple sclerosis. In his book, “Life Interrupted: It’s Not All About Me,” Chris recounts his true-life experiences dealing with multiple sclerosis, and overcoming various obstacles to save himself and his interpersonal relationships from destruction. By reading his book, he hopes that others will learn to avoid having a “poor me” attitude and varying feelings of insecurity, which he asserts led to a major breakdown in his family life and the loss of his marriage.

Full of personal examples, Chris revisits the different steps he took to transform his life for the better. He touches upon effective communication — one of the most important skills he has learned — which helped him to stop his life from continuing in a downward spiral. He also addresses the invasive feelings of diminished self-worth he experienced for a long time, living with multiple sclerosis. In addition to authoring his book, Chris established the Life Interrupted program through his affiliation with the First Congregational Church of Hopkinton in 2005. Through Life Interrupted, Chris provides others with strategies to deal with the stresses that can arise from living with and caring for a disabled person.

To date, “Life Interrupted: It’s Not All About Me,” has been featured in the The MetroWest Daily News, and several other local papers, blogs and websites. Most recently, Chris’ book was favorably reviewed by blogger Miriam on “Wheels Have Eyes.” Though Miriam usually reviews publications that are of interest to individuals who are disabled, it is noteworthy that she recommends Chris’ book to the masses. She notes: “Chris’s book openly and honestly discusses these issues and shares many personal examples to support his ideas in the book. I thought this was a uniquely written book on disabilities and relationships as this is the first I have encountered in all the reading that I do. It is well-written and worth reading, even if you are sitting there thinking, hmm, ‘This doesn’t apply to me.’”

For more information about “Life Interrupted: It’s Not All About Me,” or to learn more about the author, we invite you to visit Chris Tatevosian’s personal website.

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