Category Archive: Crawling Out

Jul 14 2017

Domestic Abuse: Breaking the Cycle and Making a Difference

 Just know you are not alone in your perpetual struggle to crawl out. Victims of abuse and domestic violence have been demonized as a personal sin, like it is a choice, the price of not knowing any better. The more I research, and learn about the reality of what is really going on all around us, and the surge …

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Mar 06 2016

NO MORE Postcard Invitation

    NO MORE has created an overarching symbol to unify all people, organizations, companies and communities around bringing an end to domestic violence and sexual assault. It is called NO MORE. Like the peace sign, the yellow “support our troops” ribbon or the red AIDS ribbon, the goal of NO MORE is to raise …

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Mar 03 2016

National Day of Prayer

The National Day of Prayer calls on all people of all faiths to pray together in their own way. Several million people are expected to participate in this call to prayer. Will you be one of them?  Saint Mary’s Church in Portland, CT asked  me to be a speaker at their National Day of Prayer …

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Jan 27 2016

We Carry It Longer Than You Can Imagine

I recently wrote a blog post about how our precious little children carry way too much emotional baggage into their every day lives – I am talking about exposure to violence and the effect it has on them. Most people have no idea that we have a national crisis that affects approximately two out of every three of our children. …

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Jan 17 2016

I was in the Citizen Newspaper!

          January 15, 2016 No longer a victim, woman gains empowerment Today’s story deals with the often hidden terror of violence and abuse in the home.  The personal journey of a Southington woman who virtually lived her childhood under the cruel parental dominance of forced domestic labor in the darkness of …

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Dec 18 2015

23rd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards

Crawling Out was reviewed by Writer’s Digest!  Check out the judge’s comments below …    Books are evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 meaning “needs improvement” and 5 meaning “outstanding”. This scale is strictly to provide a point of reference, it is not a cumulative score and does not reflect ranking. …

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Sep 20 2015

Interview in Upton Massachusetts

‘Be My Guest’ Interview in Upton Massachusetts

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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Aug 29 2015

Casey Morley Radio Interview

Jun 28 2015


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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Jun 08 2015

Casey In the News


May 29 2015

A Letter Postmarked March 19, 2015

Casey I read your book Crawling Out, and the more I read, the more I wanted to read. As I got deeper and deeper into the reading, a journey started within me that began to evoke all sorts of questions. In The beginning that’s all it was, just questions. How could adults treat children the …

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May 08 2015

My Night at the Waverly

The ‘Meet the Author’ Event April 17th at the Waverly Inn in Cheshire was a great success. I’d like to say a big THANK YOU to all of my dear friends who came out to support me and my cause of raising domestic violence awareness. I had a lot of fun selling and signing books …

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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 22 2015

God is Good

  The Mary Our Queen Ladies Guild invited me to be their guest speaker! Topic: “God is Good” “It is through the Grace of God that I am healthy, strong and empowered. I will be sharing some of my story and the mission he has me on.” All are welcome! Mary Our Queen Wednesday April …

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