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.
 
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  • How to identify the characteristics and corresponding warning signs of a volatile interpersonal relationship
  • Descriptions of intervention strategies, coping skills, and ways to effectively escape a dangerous relationship
  • How to identify early warning signs and predisposition[s] to domestic violence, as well as clinical diagnoses that correspond with domestic violence.
  • How to bring awareness to survivors of domestic violence and interpersonal violence and how to get help.
3 Social Work CEUs are being applied through the NASW Central Massachusetts Chapter. Reg fee $25 or $20 when you donate a nonperishable food item.
 
AMC students faculty and staff do not have to pay registration fee. For more information please contact jdireda@annamaria.edu
 
 

Does you group, church, or school need a speaker? 

Give me a call! 860-628-8857

 

casey book signingPost 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.” 

Visit www.crawlingout.com to get your copy of Crawling Out today!Crawling_Out_Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 15 2015

Near Death Experience 5.11

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 free and open to the public. Meetings are held at the HR Training Room at 16 Munson Road 7pm-9pm For more information please contact Jack Lardis at 203-510-5465.

 
Go here  to learn more about this very interesting group.
[http://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-near-death-experience-support-group-20150220-story.html#page=1]

 

 

 

 

Mar 15 2015

Crawling Out – Another Rave Review

Here’s another reader’s review  ….

I just wanted to tell you what a pleasure it was to meet you the other night at the Manor Inn. I must admit, I really feel I met you before and I will figure out where. A lot of your story sounds familiar but because of domestic abuse in the late 1960’s with my first husband, I was traumatized and a lot is a blur. How I wished I had kept a journal but some things you just don’t want to remember. I am happy to say, this summer Tom and I will be married 45 years and I never looked back Crawling_Out_Coverand I sometimes feel it was all a dream or a nightmare. Lol. My friends from high school bring up situations and I don’t even believe the things they tell me happened. Thank God my trauma was short lived and I have continued to always improve my life with the help of inspirational books and the Bible. I became Born Again in 1988 and I continue to surround myself with positive friends and family.

I just finished your book and I just had a hard time putting it down. It was very Inspirational and I plan on purchasing more of your books for a few of my friends and family. You are an amazing woman and mother everyone should have. Your son sounds amazing, I just hope the criminal justice world doesn’t change him. Working in toxic surroundings may harden him, but I pray he will be able to stay strong. When I get with you again, I have so much to talk to you about, I already consider you a personal friend. I feel like I know so much about you. It would be a pleasure to call you my friend. I Zumba, almost daily, at Cardio Party on Meriden Waterbury Rd. We have a tight knit, positive energy group of girls , many who have mentioned they have taken the toxic people out of our their lives. This constant daily support of these girls has been a blessing to me also. Maybe you would like to join us?? Hope to see you at the Waverly Inn. Can you send me the date and time again since I have misplaced your note. Sending you positive thoughts.

Love and energy,

Connie

 Visit www.crawlingout.com to get your copy of Crawling Out today!

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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 mystory 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.” 

 

Mar 11 2015

This Is Your Life

A New Treasure!

I often write about my treasures, and where I find them. This one I found in a bathroom, can you imagine? [Giggle] At the Gulf Stream Center for Health and Wealth. You know the place I blogged about in a previous post. It goes like this….

This Is Your Life

Do What You Love, And Do It Often.

If You Don’t Like Something, Change It.

If You Don’t Like Your Job, Quit.

If You Don’t Have enough Time, Stop Watching TV.

If You Are Looking For The Love Of Your Life, Stop; They Will Be Waiting For You. grateful

When You Start Doing The Things You Love. Stop Over Analyzing.

All Emotions Are Beautiful,

When You Eat Appreciate Every Last Bite.

Life Is Simple.

Open Your Mind, Arms, And Heart To New Things And People,

We Are United In Our Differences.

Ask The Next Person You See What Their Passion Is,

And Share Your Inspiring Dream With Them.

Travel Often;

Getting Lost Will Help You Find Yourself.

Some Opportunities Only Come Once, Seize Them.

Life Is About The People You Meet,

And The Things You Create With Them

So Go Out And Start Creating.

LIFE IS SHORT.

So Live Your Dream,

And Wear Your Passion.

When I read this I immediately thought it would make a fun bucket list, I don’t know what do you think? Maybe pick one or two for this week, and then another two for next week. Let me know how much fun you are having. For me I am looking forward to asking someone what their passion is.

Hugs,

Casey

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 mystory 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.” 

 

 

 

Mar 07 2015

Restraining Order Bill to Be Heard on March 11th 2015

The Judiciary Committee is hearing testimony on proposed bill 650 AN Act Concerning Restraining Orders the morning of Wednesday, March 11 2015. Ron Pinciaro, Executive Director of the CT Against Gun Violence would like us to help spread the word…. it is so important that we get as many people as possible at that hearing, especially on the Domestic Violence issue.  Even if you are not planning to testify or can only stay for a couple of hours, your presence means so much. Gun rights extremists in CT, supported by the NRA, have been very effective at making their presence felt in legislative hearings. We know this impacts legislators who often feel intimidated by their forceful opposition to any gun safety law. If we want lawmakers to take courageous stands, we must make our voices heard. Appearing and testifying at public hearings is a visible and effective tactic the media takes notice.”

 Modification of Domestic Violence Restraining Order 

What the Proposal Does

• The proposal would modify the current process for removal of firearms from persons who are the subject of temporary Domestic Violence restraining orders. The modification would require that a subject of a restraining order immediately surrender any guns or ammunition owned or possessed in cases where there is the use, attempted use, or threatened use of physical force against another person.

The Problem

• Firearms accounted for the murder of 100 women in CT from 2002 to 2011.

• Access to a gun in an abusive relationship makes it five times more likely that the woman will be killed.

• The period immediately following a victim’s application for a restraining order is the most dangerous time.

• On May 7, 2014, in Oxford CT, Scott Gellatly, 46, a subject of a restraining order applied for by his wife, entered the home of his mother-in-law, shot and killed his wife, Lori Gellatly, 32. He also shot and seriously injured his mother-in-law, Mary Jackson. The couple’s twin toddlers were in the house at the time. Scott Gellatly was supposed to surrender all his firearms under the order issued April 25. The killing came a day before a court hearing on whether to extend the restraining order.

Conclusions

• Women who have applied for restraining orders are at significant risk during the period before the hearing when their former partner retains access to guns.

• According to news reports, Governor Malloy has said, “What we’re saying is, if it’s bad enough to justify a restraining order being issued, it’s bad enough to take
the additional precaution of making sure that the weapons . . . can no longer be accessed.”

• Keeping domestic violence offenders from obtaining firearms is an evidence-based way to protect women.

Campbell, Jacquelyn C., et al., Risk Factors for Femicide in Abusive Relationships: Results from a Multistate Case Control Study. American Journal of Public Health 93, No.7, July 2003, pp. 1089-1097.

http://www.courant.com/opinion/op-ed/hc-op-jarmoc-firearms-in-domestic-violence-0106-20150105-story.html
http://www.nhregister.com/general-news/20140507/woman-killed-in-oxford-domestic-dispute-husband-charged-
with-murder

 

March 11th is also Women’s Day at the Capitol.

PCSW’s (Permanent Commission on the Status of Women) is having their annual signature event at the Legislative Office Building (LOB). All are encouraged to attend. This year the theme for the day is “Paid Family & Medical Leave: Not Only a Women’s Issue.” We’ll hear from a dynamic keynote speaker, will have remarks from Connecticut’s constitutional officers, legislative leadership, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro and will also have a panel featuring stories from Connecticut residents about their personal experiences. At lunch we will be joined by Latifa Lyles, Director of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau. Lunch is free, simply RSVP so they can have an approximate head count. To RSVP click here.

 

Women’s Day at the Capitol, March 11, 2015  Agenda

9: 30 AM – Coffee & networking (LOB 2nd floor atrium)

10 AM – Start of program (Room 2D

10:30 AM – Keynote address from Neale Godfrey

About Neale: Author, Financial Literacy Expert, President of Green$treet Commons, Member of the New Jersey Council on Parity in Labor and Education

11 AM – Panel moderated by the national organization Family Values @ Work

12:15 PM Lunch in the Old Judiciary Room at the State Capitol featured Latifa Lyles, Director of the Women’s Bureau at the U.S. Department of Labor

 Bring colleagues and friends and to even make this your “day” at the Capitol! For questions please contact Michelle Noehren at Michelle.Noehren@cga.ct.gov.

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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 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.” 

 

 

 

Mar 05 2015

Casey Signing Books All Around Town!

Casey’s Book Signing at New Age Craft Expo at CoCo Key in Waterbury Connecticut

 

 

Casey’s Book Signing at Liberty Bank in Southington Connecticut

 

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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 mystory 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.” 

 

 

 

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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We learned it’s a place that you can step out of the crazy busy world we live in to de-stress and remember …. we are here for a reason. They call it an “island for your soul” (hence their island-themed evening). Their building is filled with carefully-selected practitioners that offer services, retreats, and courses to address all of the main causes of stress in our world: Money, Health, Food, Kids/Family/Relationships, Feeling Lonely/Depressed, Caregiving.

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So many services and all under one roof! It is a safe place to heal, grow and thrive … a place where you’ll know you are loved and supported. They invite you to come to their island retreat to reconnect to what really matters, get you back on track to living the life of your dreams and visions. I went to support Anne Murphy, a dear friend of mine. She has partnered with Beverley Blass and together they are BevAni Transformation. Their business is dedicated to inspiring people and providing a beautiful, safe place where…Your Heart is Sacred. Hope Springs Eternal, Transformation Comes from Within!

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 At BevAni Transformation you’ll find …. meaningful conversation, deep listening, deep connections, conscious awareness, and ACCEPTANCE. I hope you check out this new place and connect with my friends, Bev and Anne. See where it may take you on your own journey.

 

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At BevAni Transformation you’ll find Circles Of Belonging and Workshops such as: Soul Gardening, Heart Writing and Points of Light. You can also sign up for private healing sessions and Heart Centered Awareness Coaching too. On “The Listening Couch” you create your own special Program for Transformation.Visit their website at www.bevanitransformation.com to learn more!

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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 mystory 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.” 

 

 

Feb 26 2015

Truly Clean

I am always surprised when I talk to people about having a healthy lifestyle and to watch their shocking expressions to some of their typical day to day choices. As I teach about having a healthy body and the little changes they can start with their moans and groans grow louder. But it is really is a very simple recipe. See Below…

Real, whole foods are the foundation for a clean body and long-term wellness. They are unprocessed and nutrient dense, loaded with vitamins and minerals. Meals should consist of fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, nuts, seeds, and healthy oils.

Adequate sleep [typically 8 hours] and exercising at least 30 minutes each day rejuvenates the systems of the body so they can remain clean, active and healthy without toxic, energy-boosting substitutes.

Water purifies and enhances the body’s ability to stay clean. Drinking at least 64oz of pure water daily is vital to wellness.

I am always available to sit with you to come up with how you will start and or continue on your new path to living well and making healthy lifestyle changes. I am just a phone call away. Start today by calling 860-628-8857.

Check out this video below. Dr. Nelson discusses a recent news story that has impacted the nutritional supplement market and the quality assurance provided by M’lis.

 

 

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 mystory 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.” 

 

 

Feb 09 2015

Protect Victims of Domestic Abuse from Gun Violence.

I just received this from CT Against Gun Violence …. 

Last May, Lori Jackson, a 32 year-old mother of two living in Oxford, CT, was shot and killed by her husband after a court granted her a temporary restraining order. Despite the court believing Lori’s safety was at risk, her husband was allowed to keep his gun.

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To close the loophole that puts women at mortal danger all too often, Governor Malloy has introduced legislation to prohibit domestic abusers subject to temporary restraining orders from keeping or buying firearms.  

Like Lori, all too often women’s lives are put in danger because their abusive intimate partners are not prohibited from possessing firearms. Nationwide, female intimate partners are more likely to be murdered by a gun than all other means combined.

CT Against Gun Violence supports the Governor’s proposal and we look forward to your support to make state lawmakers aware that CT voters want common-sense laws to protect victims of domestic abuse from gun violence.

Please sign up here to join our grassroots effort to pass this important legislation. Your help is vital, as gun rights extremists are already lining up against the legislation. We’ll keep you posted through periodic alerts about contacting your lawmakers, attending hearings and public demonstrations of support.

Gov. Malloy’s legislation requires subjects of a temporary restraining order to turn in their firearms shortly after the judge’s temporary restraining order is issued, giving victims additional protection at this critical time. Many states, including California, Illinois, Massachusetts, and even Texas, prohibit firearm purchase or possession by people under domestic violence temporary (“ex parte”) protective orders.  

Under current Connecticut statute, following issuance of a temporary restraining order there is a waiting period of at least 14 days before a court hearing is scheduled to determine if the restraining order should be made permanent. Only then can the abuser’s guns be removed.

“If a judge determines that a victim is in enough danger that they should be granted a temporary restraining order, that victim should not have to wait until they are fully protected.” said Gov. Malloy in announcing the legislation (click here for the Governor’s press release).

Your past support has made the state of Connecticut one of the safest from gun violence. Please click here to join our effort to make victims of domestic violence safer by supporting this important gun safety reform.

Ron Pinciaro

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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 mystory 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.” 

 

 

Feb 01 2015

I’m with Cupid Event Friday January 30th

The first annual “I’m with Cupid” Event took place at the Waverly Inn Friday night January 30th 2015.  A great time was had by all.

cupid 2AnneMarie did a great job coordinating this first annual event for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.

cupid 6Tina is AnneMarie’s mom and a long time client of mine …  She invited me to be the guest celebrity. What an honor! 

cupid 3These men are dear friend’s who have been so supportive of me on this journey. They all refer to me as “The Rock”.

They’ve read my book and nudged their friend Miguel to read it too.

cupid 7Thanks Miguel! Can’t wait to hear your review.

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Men and women of all walks of life, and of every age, are intrigued by my story. 

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cupid 4I thank all of you for the support you’ve shown me and for a fun evening. I didn’t win any raffle prizes but I gained something much better … the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people!

 

Jan 29 2015

Tips from the NO MORE Team

 
Here are some tips from the No More Team …..
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It’s only been a couple days since we shared the exciting news that a new NO MORE PSA is running during the Super Bowl this Su‌nday, (go HERE to check it out) and there’s already been a huge positive response. “How can I help?”   This is probably the question YOU’RE going to get while you’re watching the game on Sunday, so we thought we’d send along a few quick tips to help you speak up about these issues and provide you with ways you can help loved ones affected by domestic violence or sexual assault.
 
Tip #1. Start a conversation by telling your friends that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 7 men have experienced domestic violence, and 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men have experienced sexual assault at some point in their lifetime. This is a great way to get the point across that these issues are serious and that many people we love have been affected by domestic and sexual violence.  (If your friends want to read more about these statistics, you can point them here: Avon’s 2013 NO MORE Study.)
 
Tip #2. Speak up when you hear offensive comments that degrade women, men, or victims of abuse. Hey, it’s a Super Bowl party — there’s a good chance that someone is going to make some inappropriate remarks. The best thing you can do is speak up and tell them that you’re not comfortable with that kind of talk. Simply doing that can help your friends understand that it’s not cool for them or anyone to degrade a person.
 
Tip #3. If someone you know discloses that they are experiencing abuse now or have in the past, remember this could be the first time they’re telling someone. Reassure them that you believe them and that the abuse was not their fault. The most important thing you can do in this moment is listen and support them. Most of all, make sure to be patient, non-judgmental, and respectful of their decisions. Ask them if they’d like to talk to a professional counselor, and offer to sit with them while they call a national or local hotline.
 
Tip #4. Make sure that your friends know whom to call to get help.
For immediate help, call 911
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 
1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
Teen Dating Violence Hotline: 
1-866-3‌31-9‌474 or text “loveis” to 22522
 
The Super Bowl is a time for us all to get together and have a good time. And, when our ad is on the air, your friends and family are going to have questions about it. Make sure you’re ready to speak up so everyone you care about knows how important these issues are to you and your community. We can’t thank you enough for saying #NOMORE to domestic violence and sexual assault by helping spread the word on Sun‌day.
 
Talk to you soon,
The NO MORE Team

Jan 27 2015

“No More” Super Bowl Ad

When it’s hard to talk it’s up to us to listen. Join us in the pledge … Say “NO MORE”

Jan 24 2015

The Dragonfly

If I Only Knew!

I received a phone call from a friend, business neighbor, and a client. She called to share with me she had decided to make some major life changes, she was moving out of state and wanted to get together before she left. She gave to me a beautiful black and gold drawstring bag, inside, a beautiful, unique bracelet from her business, www.KazuriBeadsEast.com. A bracelet designed and assembled with handmade fair trade beads from Kenya and a small card with the Dragonfly Story. It goes like this:dragonfly

In almost every culture the dragonfly symbolizes spiritual change, self-realization, understanding and the acceptance of the deeper meaning of life. The dragonfly’s life cycle is one of struggle and transformation in order to become the beautiful creature it was meant to be.

It spends the majority of its life in a larvae stage, buried in mud, breathing through gills, then growing and shedding a crusty outer casing many times. After years in these muddy depths the dragonfly emerges to cast off the last outer casing and spreads beautiful iridescent wings that free it to fly with agility and lightness. This does not happen without a great deal of struggle, the ability to adapt and survive, and the hope of new life.

That is the power that creates its transformation.

Let this dragonfly be your symbol of perseverance, courage, and hope. May it remind you that by adapting to life’s many challenges and changes and finding the good in every situation, your struggles will eventually make you a new creature.

If I only knew sooner, I would have found a spot on the back of my book cover to place a beautiful dragonfly, for it so represents my story. What do you think? Does it represent yours too?

Hugs Casey

Casey Morley

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 mystory 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.”

 

Jan 18 2015

Book Signing Event at TD Bank

The staff at TD Bank, South End, has invited me be their guest Friday February 6th from 12:30 – 6pm 921 Meriden Waterbury Tpk.in Plantsville, Crawling_Out_CoverCT. I’ll be spreading domestic violence awareness and signing my book, Crawling Out. Stop by and say hello and enter my raffle drawing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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 mystory 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.”

 

 

Jan 18 2015

I’m with Cupid

Join me and my  friends for an evening of FUN on Friday January 30th at Waverly Inn, 286 Maple Avenue in Cheshire, CT from 6:30pm- 10:30pm. Appetizers, dancing and raffles. I was asked to be the guest celebrity and I’ll be selling and signing books. Tickets at the door $25 or buy them from me for $20 in advance – call 860-628-8857 or stop by the salon. Proceeds to benefit the Children’s Tumor Foundation….

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Cupid’s Undie Run [where a little crazy meets a lot of charity“] to benefit the Children’s Tumor Foundation takes place in New York City February 7th 2015 605 W 48th St (between 11th & 12th) New York, NY 10019 go here for more information

 

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 sharingmy 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.”

 

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