Secrets to Surviving and Thriving | Kendra Kantor

Secrets to Surviving and Thriving

Secrets to surviving and thriving eguide from kendra kantor


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When you sign up you’ll get “Secrets to Surviving and Thriving : 5 Secrets to Help you Survive Each Day with a Mental Illness Plus 3 Action Steps to Improve Your Wellness, This Week!” as well as several other free e-books, access to my private group and blog posts straight to your email. PS: I hate spam, I won’t do it to you!

Are you struggling with coping from day to day?

Do you wake up wondering, “How am I going to get through this today?”

Do you have a mental illness or are just going through a rough time in your life?

The Secrets To Surviving and Thriving E-guide will teach you…


how to start thinking in more positive and present ways


what it means to survive and what it means to thrive

Born out of my passion to help women who feel alone in their journey, I’m sharing this free e-guide to help teach you the basics of wellness, the basics of surviving and the beginnings of how to thrive with a mental illness.


I’ve been there, in the thick of daily panic attacks and anxiety. I’ve dealt with the struggles to get out of bed each day and take care of myself. Let me share my secrets and tips on how I’ve gotten through it.



About Kendra

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I live with my husband and our son (born in 2012) in the Chicago suburbs where we dream of traveling full time in an RV. I love coffee and nature (but hate bugs, they ruin it for me and I can’t go outside when the mosquitoes are out!), I am zombie obsessed and love fantasy novels (but romance novels are forever my guilty pleasure). I am enthralled with gemstones and crystals and think birds are beautiful but terrifying.

I’m a Wellness Mentor and Guide for creative women who suffer with mental health issues. I help women take action toward becoming the person they want to be and living a life they have created to enjoy.

What that means is that I pull on my own experiences with depression, anxiety and postpartum depression (as well as a lifetime of experience as an artist) to encourage, support and be a friend to women like me and help them find out who they want to be and create a life they love. I’ve been trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and am currently half way through a creativity coach training course.

Often it means I encourage them to journal, be honest with themselves and learn to be introspective to determine who they really want to be and what they want their life to look like.

Ultimately, all of my work is about helping creative women take action towards becoming the person they want to be and living a life they’ve created to enjoy. Because life is about living not just surviving your mental illness or slump!


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