Marilyn Morales wants to teach others how to overcome grief, trauma and PTSD with her book titled, “When the Answer is No: Finding Purpose through Pain.”
Marilyn has spread her story on the podcast circuit. She’s shared that her trauma started during 9-11 as a nurse in New York. That was followed by the death of her daughter, Isabella (Izzy), from a rare form of Leukemia.
To order her book, which comes out January 7th, 2023 you can visit Izzys-legacy-dot-com
Our Kirk Gimenez interviewed the author herself, who is also the CEO of M&M Wellness Connect.
Morales talked about the importance of having ethnically diverse individuals on the “Be The Match National Bone Marrow Registry” in order to help saves lives. Morales became a champion of this cause after her daughter Izzy had difficulty finding a donor Marilyn Morales is a Board Certified Holistic Registered Nurse with over 30 years of experience in the healthcare field. Originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., Marilyn has been calling N.J. home since 2004.
On September 11th, 2001, Marilyn was one of hundreds of NYC Public Health Nurses who experienced the tragic events that unfolded that day. That was the start of her journey into the world of PTSD.
A series of events, including the diagnosis and loss of her youngest daughter to a rare Leukemia followed. To heal herself from the grief and traumas, Marilyn went on a path of self-healing and discovery.
Marilyn is the Author of the upcoming Authority book, When the Answer is No: Finding Purpose through Pain, which releases on January 7, 2023.
Marilyn’s passion is education, teaching others how to heal and move forward from the emotional traumas of grief and PTSD. Marilyn also strives to carry on Isabella’s legacy by shedding light on the need for more Hispanics, Black and mixed ethnicity individuals in the Be The Match National Bone Marrow Registry.
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