Category Archive: Recommended Reading

Jan 14 2018

Speaker Sisterhood Come Explore & Have Some Fun!!!!

Would you like to discover, awaken, and ultimately create your voice to a speaker the world is waiting for. Would you like to increase your confidence, improve your listening skills, learn to be more comfortable when your put on the spot? Consider joining Speaker Sisterhood, where you have a chance to explore, free write, deliver …

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Nov 05 2017

Don’t Be Fooled!!! Mike Dooley

How often many of us can quickly begin to beat up on ourselves for one thing or another. Do you do that or does that sound like someone you know or love? My friend Karen introduced me to Notes from the Universe  Mike Dooley has a great story of how at 40 years old …

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Jul 29 2016

The Real Woman Creed!

I have been going through a summer  purging this month, so far I have given 5 extra large  plastic bags of clothing to our local community center, and major paper clean up. And  of course I absolutely must go through every piece of paper in the pile. I came across a 5X7 postcard that is beautiful, with affirmations written …

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Jun 08 2015

Casey In the News


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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Mar 15 2015

Near Death Experience

My friend Tina, from CT Soul Center in Granby, invited to be a guest speaker at the Near Death Experiences Support Group on May 11th at the UConn Medical Center in Farmington. I will be speaking about my experiences with, and my thoughts about raising awareness of child abuse and domestic violence.  Their meetings are …

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Aug 17 2014

Crawling Out – The Male Perspective

Crawling Out – The Male Perspective When I started writing this book, I never thought I would make such an impact by sharing my story. I thought I might help other women, victims like myself, understand there’s help available, and that they too can find the courage and strength to crawl out from an abusive …

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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 … 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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Jul 12 2014

Casey Morley Pens Personal Story of Abuse to Help Other Victims Heal (Press Release)

Casey Morley pens personal story of abuse to help other victims heal. Southington, Conn. (PRWEB) July 11, 2014 Safe Horizon, the largest victim’s advocacy group in the United States, estimates that more than three million children witness domestic violence and abuse in their homes. Without help, the advocacy group states, girls in particular are more vulnerable to …

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Jun 01 2014

Abuse Awareness

  Post by: Casey Morley – “I have emerged from a life filled with abuse and chronicle my journey in  my book, Crawling Out, available at I hope by sharing my story I can help other victims of domestic violence realize that they too, can start their own journey of crawling out – and that …

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Apr 13 2014

Local Author Speaks Out Against Domestic Violence by Brittany Knowles

Brittany Knowles is today’s guest blogger. She is a college student who wrote such a beautiful article for her journalism class, we just had to share it ….. Casey shared with me that it has been seven years since she first sat down at her kitchen table with her legal pad and pen. She had …

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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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Dec 14 2012

My Treasures

I have been a walker 30-plus years. I occasionally find pennies, quarters, sometimes dollars as I take in my surroundings. For years now when I picked them up, I’ve thought, “Oh! I found a treasure. Thank you!” Eventually, when I finally arrived home with my small treasure in hand, Because I believe in the amazing power of …

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Dec 03 2012

I Want to Be Me Again

In a previous post, Where Does It All Start? I shared a little bit about a homework assignment that started me on my road to recovery. The assignment: ponder the question, What do I really want? Today, I share what I wrote on the very first line of that legal pad. I wrote, “I want to be me …

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