Hey Daughter, is A healing hub for women in need of emotional, mental and spiritual CPR.

I’m humbled that you’re here. 

You’ve likely found this site because you’re in what feels like an insurmountable amount of pain, emotionally, physically, or spiritually. 

Or, possibly you’ve skid into a crossroad, unsure of how to proceed, feeling unfulfilled, stuck or lost. Confused, even.

Or, maybe you’re experiencing some sort of inner rumbling in your life, that you can’t explain. There’s this bottomless hole, inextinguishable thirst, insatiable hunger… 

For… something… New?

I may not know exactly what you’re going through right now, but I can imagine. 


Rashida B. Hey, Daughter! Founder. Servant-Inspirer. Dream Awakener. Hope Dealer. SisterCojourner. Serialpreneuer.


I help lady leaders and high-achievers, burned out, broken, and over burdened by years of striving, performing and pretending choose grace over grind and wonder over worry as they journey on the road towards discovering their true design while experiencing  greater faith, wealth, health, well-being and financial security. 
— Rashida B.

All praises belong to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. For he is the Father of tender mercy and the God of endless comfort. He always comes alongside us to comfort us in every suffering so that we can come alongside those who are in any painful trial. We can bring them this same comfort that God has poured out upon us.
— II Corinthians 1:3-4 The Passion Translation


You're just beyond the wilderness stage. You’re no longer who you used to be (forever changed by what you’ve been through), yet feeling like you’re not quite prepared for who God’s calling you to be.

You’re wondering who you are and what to do next?

Are you your failures, sadness, anxiousness, unforgiveness, bitterness? 

Are you so damaged by the things you’ve done, or that have been done to you that you’re unworthy of love, joy, abundance? Freedom?

Will you forever be defined by your past? Are you too old? Not enough? Too late? Too much? How will people respond to the new… the REAL you?


Like you're doing right now, I wrestled with all of those questions after the cozy shell of a life I'd manufactured  was crushed under the weight of "real life".



Who are you when, for so long you've allowed yourself to be defined by what you do, where you go, who you know, how much you make, where you live, what you drive… 

How creative you are, how smart, how attractive, how great of a mom, wife, friend, sister, aunt… how strong, resilient, upright…  _______________ (insert your thing) you are. Then, suddenly for whatever reasons you’re suddenly none of those things? 

Do you succumb to a new label slapped on you by the medical community? Are you now anxiety, depression, or ADHD?

Are you your divorce, broken relationships, or sordid past? Is friendless, manless, childless, or jobless your new identity?

NO! But... WHO ARE YOU? 

While imprisoned by the Nazis, Deitrich Bonhoeffer, a German pastor wrote a poem entitled, “Who Am I?” in which he writes: 

Who am I? Am I only what I myself know of myself? Restless and longing and sick, like a bird in a cage, struggling for breath, as though hands were compressing my throat, Yearning for colors, for flowers, for the voices of birds, Thirsting for words of kindness, for neighborliness, Tossing in expectations of great events, Powerlessly trembling for friends at an infinite distance, Weary and empty at praying, at thinking, at making, Faint, and ready to say farewell to it all.
— "Who Am I?" - Pastor Deitrich Bonhoeffer


Everyone else thought of Bonhoeffer as this strong, impenetrable tower of faith and strength, in spite of his circumstances. 

So who was he? Was he who he felt on the inside? Or, what others imagined him to be?

He also wondered the same.

Who am I? This or the Other? Am I one person today and tomorrow another? Am I both at once? A hypocrite before others, And before myself a contemptible woebegone weakling? They mock me, these lonely questions of mine.
— "Who Am I? - Pastor Deitrich Bonhoeffer

I’ve never related to a written work (outside of the Bible) so deeply as I have this poem. This very last line stole my breath away.  The one thing despite what he may have been feeling, or what others thought, what Bonhoeffer knew for sure was that:


"Whoever I Am, Thou Knowest, O God, I Am Thine!"


He knew that he was a son. Bonhoeffer's identity was rooted in Christ.  Isn't that the most beautiful, and luxurious way to be? We're none of the things that others may think or say we are.

We're not our successes. Nor, are we our failures. Past, present, or future. We're God's. Just like Dietrich Bonhoeffer, no matter what we’ve been through, what we may still be going through we’re His. We’re daughters of the One true god. We’re heiresses to a promise, HOPE, and future. 

Hey, Sister! Where is your hope anchored today? 



All praises belong to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. For he is the Father of tender mercy and the God of endless comfort. He always comes alongside us to comfort us in every suffering so that we can come alongside those who are in any painful trial. We can bring them this same comfort that God has poured out upon us.
— 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 The Passion Translation

Hey, Daughter! was born in the fire. Deep in the wilderness. In the underbelly of the darkest pit. But, God! I was comforted there, refined strengthened and set apart... for the journey. It's also, where I discovered my true design, my identity as a daughter and the depth of God's love for me (and you). 

Yes, He did that, but not for me. He comforted me so that I'd become a comforter, helped me to become a helper, equipped me to become an equipper. He nailed my shame to the cross, so that I'd become a shame slayer.

He’s ready to do a new thing in you today. He can right here in the middle of your wilderness comfort you with His presence, provide for you, fulfill His purpose in you.  

Your story is not one of striving and suffering. Losing or lacking. Abuse or abandonment. Disappointment or distrust. It’s a redeeming story of God.  

Won't you choose grace over grinding, and wonder over worry today?  Let's chat.



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