Hey Gurl, Hey is a tap on the shoulder to women in relationships with themselves and with those outside of themselves. It summons women to a higher calling of self-worth and value in the ways that we live, work and play. The narrative walks women along a journey of self-correction, self-care and self-love. 

Drawing from her experiences as a survivor of rape, relationship abuse, 9/11 terror attacks and even anxiety and depression, Leslie shares the habits and principles she’s developed to successfully grow in seasons of change and overcome various obstacles—the earned wisdom that enables her to live a soft life.  Leslie says, Gone are the days of pretending that we’re okay when we’re almost dead inside. The world has opened up to hear from us and its time we speak—louder, bolder and not necessarily using our indoor voices. Gone are the many ways that we shrink to fit into bad relationships, devaluing positions and selfish love. Its time we share our stories without guilt or shame, allowing those same stories to testify of our wisdom, resilience and strength.


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Leslie Haskin

Leslie Haskin has become the voice of hope and encouragement for women everywhere. Her story of overcoming extreme situations and her resolve to encourage women to do the same is inspiring.



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