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

Casey Morley

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. I felt as if we were chatting over coffee in a cozy kitchen. There’s laughter through the tears, along with a spine of grit and gumption, yet you never forget what a lady Casey is. In some ways, the book isn’t what I expected, but yet it’s also more. Casey’s story shows how old mental programming has us repeating situations, even after we’ve uprooted and populated our lives with different faces. This book shows how, when we change our minds, we change our lives. ~Rhonda

Awe-inspiring ….. Definitely a Must-Read

Crawling Out is a woman’s courageous battle to fight against domestic violence and abuse, despite all the horrific and painstaking encounters throughout her lifetime. Casey’s outpouring love, as a mother is shown through her determination and perseverance to create a happy, healthy, stable and safe life for her son. Casey’s honest writing flowed as if I was sitting next to her having a one-to-one conversation. I was always engaged and intrigued to continue reading, even when saddened by the heart wrenching moments in her life. I admire her strength, endurance, and spirituality, which guided her through her journey of healing. Knowing Casey over the past few years, I would have never known the pain she endured. Her spiritual, outgoing and positive personality is inspirational and admirable. In support of her mission, I highly recommend reading and sharing this book with friends. Together we can make a difference. ~Bernadette

I Just LOVE a Story with a Happy Ending!

I related so well to Casey’s experience because I, too, have suffered the long-term devastating effects of loving and living with an alcoholic. This story brought me to a much deeper awareness. I realized I am not alone. I also learned that I am not as far along on my journey to recovery as I thought – but I’m not discouraged! I’m inspired now more than ever to continue that sometimes-very-painful path to healing. I have enormous respect and gratitude for Casey. I admire her courage, her compassion and her willingness to shed the secrecy and expose her story. I know she is going to inspire and educate the masses. She has already helped so many! Casey teaches us that no one has to walk alone …. and she makes us understand that it’s not easy, but it is POSSIBLE for anyone and everyone to begin their very own journey of crawling out from bad and painful situations. ~Karen

Because of the delicate nature of the subject matter, readers will remain anonymous to protect their privacy.

Your feedback is very important to me. Please feel free to share your feelings about my book in the comments section below!


Crawling_Out_CoverPost 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 that they too, can start their own journey of crawling out – and that they don’t have to walk alone. I am also the owner of Casey’s Image Consultants, and a Certified M’lis Wellness Consultant offering Lifestyle Change Programs for detoxifying the body. I am dedicated to helping people improve their appearance and overall health from the inside out.” 


  1. Sue

    Dear Casey,
    Since I ran into you in the grocery store and purchased your book 3 days ago, I have read the whole thing! It was difficult to put down! Your story is so compelling, heartbreaking, courageous and encouraging, and I give you so much credit for the strength and perserverence it must have taken to write it! Your hard work and determination to never give up has obviously resulted in your healing as well as those around you, and now your story will reach multitudes of others you may never even know about! Congratulations on your wonderful accomplishment!

    I love the fact that you give credit to your Heavenly Father for the guidance you needed to find the right path and be the woman he created you to be. Ironically, I got a call from a friend in tears last night who didn’t realize the abuse she was allowing in her work life simply because she was “needed.” I shared some of your concepts with her. I doubt there are many families who don’t experience abuse in one form or another. (My late in-laws were the exception. I began to suspect the only reason they all got together was to have a good laugh!) In my own family, my mother was married to the wrong man for over 70 years. It was only after coming to know the Lord that I was able to tell him I loved him (and mean it) before he died.

    I’m also glad you addressed the fact that MEN are sometimes abused. My son was physically abused by a live-in girlfriend, and it got scary. Thankfully, God showed us the way to help him out. I apologize for the length of this, but just want to repeat what I said even before I read your book, that I am VERY proud of you and wish you and your son the best life has to offer!

    Please email me, as I have something else to share about your book that I don’t want to share here.

    With Love & Prayers,

    1. Casey

      Sue, I apologize for the delay response. We just realized there is a glitch in the system and I am not getting emails to inform me someone left a comment. I will email you today.

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