Category Archive: Road to Recovery

Mar 29 2017

Our Lady of Calvary Retreat Center Joy!

I just returned from another awesome weekend at Our Lady of Calvary Retreat Center. It is hard to believe I have been going to this awesome place for twenty two years, and have met so many amazing women. The retreat team is wonderful and really do a great job at meeting ALL our needs. They …

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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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Feb 02 2016

My Afternoon With Dr. Bernie Siegel

What a great afternoon I shared with Dr. Bernie Siegel, at the Town and Country Club in Hartford, Connecticut. This amazing event was sponsored by the Happiness Club of Hartford.  Dr. Siegel’s new book Love, Animals & Miracles was front and center on the sales table. But I assure you, all eyes were on this gracious, sweet, loving, wonderful man …

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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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Mar 16 2015

Come and Learn at Anna Maria College

  I was invited to speak at the 13th Annual Social work conference on Surviving Domestic Violence Wednesday April 15, 2015 8 am – 1pm at Anna Maria College  Zecco Performimg Arts Center 50 Sunset Lane Paxton Massachusetts.   Come and Learn How to identify the characteristics and corresponding warning signs of a volatile interpersonal relationship Descriptions …

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Sep 01 2014

Addiction and Suicide Prevention

Like abuse, addiction and suicide can often be rather painful topics to discuss, especially with our children. Refusing to talk about difficult subjects is NOT the answer as awareness is the first crucial step toward change. Fortunately there is help. A representative from EducatorLabs, contacted me recently and asked me to share important information and …

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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 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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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 30 2014

Respect Yourself

Here’s a Treasure of mine …. For other great quotes visit …. www.TheBestStatus.com     Post by: Casey Morley – “I have emerged from a life filled with abuse and chronicle my journey in  my book, Crawling Out, available at CrawlingOut.com. I hope by sharing my story I can help other victims of domestic violence realize …

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Jun 11 2014

A Grand Evening with the Governor

And a Grand Evening It Was …. The Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence held a spring reception at Governor Malloy’s Residence on June 10th 2014. The reception was to raise funds to support the organization’s statewide work to strengthen Connecticut’s response to victims of domestic violence. We arrived a little early to find at least 15 …

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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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Jan 19 2014

Advice From a Friend

I am always so grateful when my readers take the time to comment on my posts and share their experiences. After all, that is what blogging is all about …. conversation (the 2-way kind). I just had to share this comment that I received recently from a friend because she was so kind to offer …

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Dec 20 2013

Thank You Friends and Neighbors

As I shared in one of my earlier posts, October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I thought this would be a great time to share my soon-to-be-published book, Crawling Out, the story of my own journey of overcoming a life filled with domestic abuse. You see, after pondering the alarming statistics on the many domestic …

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Jul 27 2013

How Often Should I Cleanse? How Our Bodies Are Affected by Toxins – Part 3

How Often Should I Cleanse? The most frequently asked question I get from my clients concerning the Ion Cleanse footbath is, how often should I cleanse? If you spent any time reading How Our Bodies Are Affected by Toxins – Part 1 and Part 2, I would imagine you might have the same question. The general …

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