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Debra Morgan

About The Author

Debra Morgan is an American author, advocate, and influential non-fiction writer whose books are real-life journeys through Addiction, Fibromyalgia, Chronic pain, and Mental health. Her knowledge is from personal experiences, and her goal is to help others with support in her new soon-to-release book titled. "Graceful Agony." All her books will be available on Amazon Kindle and featured on fine literary book sites, with several more books to follow.

For Deb, it was not just about being a survivor; its about learning to thrive again while easing the path for others facing their fibro challenges. The author was born and raised in Colorado and lived in Arizona until 2012: when she moved to Oregon. Meanwhile, missing her grown children and grandchildren, she moved back to Arizona in 2021. She has been featured as a guest on many podcasts and radio shows, sharing her recovery journey while raising awareness about addiction. She has maintained sobriety since 1993.

With her diagnosis of Fibro in 2005 and other medical conditions, she is committed to her recovery of healing while helping others do the same as a tireless advocate and a woman who has come out the other side of addictions, trauma, and much more as a "Survivor and Warrior." Today, Deb is focused on writing and sharing her experiences with Fibro and chronic fatigue/pain; as heart-tugging as the downside can be, it is one of pure perseverance.

Deb has been happily married to her soulmate and is a mother of two grown successful children. When the author is not advocating, speaking, or writing, she enjoys reading, painting, and traveling. But her "#1 happy place" is spending loads of time with all her grandchildren she adores. Deb and her husband continue to reside in Chandler, Arizona.

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Books by the Author

Breaking The Silence: Confronting Guilt and Shame in the Chronic Pain World
Graceful Agony: An Intimate Memoir of Living with Fibro & Chronic Fatigue
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