Category Archive: Conversations with Casey

Jul 04 2016

Saint Matthew’s Church Prayer Group

I received a letter from St Matthew’s Church Prayer Group on a day I thought I was not going to be able to carry on. I was tired, weak, fear was choking me, and clearly the trauma, emotional abuse was taking a toll on my health. It was in 2008, and my life was just one enduring horrific episode …

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Sep 13 2015

My Chat with Gil Simmons

I met Gil Simmons, Channel 8 Weatherman!   I got up early for my walk and pulled in to Hubbard Park at 6:15 am, just as Life Star was landing.I was lucky to get a whole minute on live TV to chat with Gil.   I shared that I am an author and that I’ll …

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Jun 28 2015

Shame

That burden on your shoulders bogging you down, could be shame. That heaviness crushing your chest making it hard to breathe, could be shame too. It might be that critic in your head, the one that fills you up with endless horrible messages.   The dictionary defines shame as: a painful emotion caused by a strong …

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May 06 2015

To Choose or Not To Choose

In today’s world we all have choices, some we may love and some we may dislike. But just for today let’s see if we can live by the following words: Choose to Live by Choice not By Chance. Choose to make Changes, not Excuses. Choose to be motivated, not manipulated. Choose to be useful, not …

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Mar 26 2015

Meet Me at The Waverly!

I had so much fun at The Waverly Inn in January at the “I’m With Cupid Event” (go here to see the photos). We went back on Valentines Day for a delicious dinner and I was invited to come back to sell and sign MORE books! (Go here to read a sample chapter.) I’m so …

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Mar 01 2015

The Gulf Stream Center for Health and Wealth in Glastonbury, Connecticut

What is this place all about? My friends Karen, Jodie, and I ventured out to Glastonbury for a special Open House Celebration at the Gulf Stream Center for Health & Wealth. Our curiosity got the best of us. We each had different reasons for why we wanted to see what this place was all about …

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Nov 09 2014

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

I guess it’s true what they say, good things do come to those who wait …. ever so patiently. It was February of 2013 when I submitted one of my first blog posts, A Welcomed Helper (also my very first YouTube video) to Women’s World magazine. Doreen Virtue’s editor called me last week to tell me …

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Aug 10 2014

What Readers Are Saying About Crawling Out

Here’s what some people are saying about my book, Crawling Out, now available at CrawlingOut.com … A Strong Woman’s Journey Casey Morley’s gripping memoir is about an always hopeful woman’s growth into her own, after a grim past in which she felt more like property than a gift. Her writer’s voice is open and charming. …

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Aug 01 2014

The Train

A Beautiful Must Read I just received this in an email from my brother Keith, I was so moved by this quick read I wanted to share this with you … The Train    At birth we boarded the train and met our parents, and we believe they will always travel on our side. However, …

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Jul 01 2014

Networking Can Be Fun

Networking Can Be Fun! Last month I was invited to the first networking gathering by Shirley Bloethe at The Loop, in Plainville, Connecticut. My time there just flew by! I met interesting people from all walks of life, and conversations were flowing no matter what corner of the room I went to. I met Margaret …

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Mar 15 2014

No More Excuses

NO MORE: Excuses for Inaction More than 40 celebrities and public figures appear in the ads, which are designed specifically to urge bystanders to get involved. In the previous post you can watch the video of this great No More campaign. Below are some examples of the excuses for inaction that the No More campaign …

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Feb 14 2013

Betrayal Was Engulfing Me

When I thought life couldn’t get any worse, I was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). My first thoughts were,“Finally, an answer to my symptoms.” I was naïve to the reality of the diagnosis. And, in the middle of that new understanding, I was kicked in the stomach with betrayal once again. The depth of this …

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Feb 07 2013

I Had to Be There to Get to Here

It was a beautiful blue-sky, sunny day. As I approached the entryway of Our Lady of Calvary retreat house, a clean, fresh breeze brushed my checks. I slowed down for a second or two to just enjoy the beauty and serenity that surrounded me. As I stepped into the foyer, the aroma of something delicious baking in the …

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Jan 30 2013

What You Think About, You Bring About

My friends, family, and clients will tell you I have used this phrase for years. It has almost become my middle name. Casey What You Think About, You Bring About Morley, I have to chuckle when I think of all the times I’ve gently slipped these words into a conversation with someone who is sharing …

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Jan 16 2013

Food for Thought

It is the end of the year, a time when I start to ponder what new goals, mantras, or intentions I will put in place for the coming year. I spend the time between New Year’s Day and Epiphany Sunday revisiting the treasures I found throughout the year that really resonated with me, to review …

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