In this latest episode of Hope Reclaimed, Betsy Morris brings her testimony of healing from cancer and divorce. Through intentionally cleaning out the “junk” in her life, both physically and emotionally, Betsy took steps towards healing. She is now cancer free and dedicated to see individuals step into hope and wholeness through health and healing.

Betsy Morris

Betsy Barnum Morris is a mother, social worker, writer, yoga teacher, and life coach. And she believes that social reformation begins with the individual. Betsy has spent the past 22 years working with herself and others to recognize the gifts that God planted within each of them. She encourages them to use life’s struggles as a tool for personal, familial, and community transformation.

Through Betsy’s work at Children’s Protective Services and in foster care, she was moved to believe that healing begin in the home. Thus Betsy felt called to stay at home with her three children, now 22, 20, and 16 years old. She focused not only on fostering their individual development, but on identifying patterns within herself and her family that needed to change. Thrown into the process of transformation from the inside out by a hard marriage, melanoma, breast cancer, and a divorce, Betsy now writes about these experiences and the wisdom gained from them for over 10 years.

As a friend, yoga teacher and a Life Coach, Betsy has used the lessons to support others through their own transformation experiences. A native Texan, Betsy lives in San Antonio with her dog and youngest son, warmly welcoming her other two children whenever they come home from college.

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Victor · January 28, 2021 at 8:55 pm

Betsy is as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside. Speaking from experience, Betsy has been an inspiration and guide to me as I endure the journey of a lost spouse. She was great friends with Betsy, and her empathy and understanding are so authentic!

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