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Episode 176: An Interview with Kendall Carriere

Drama-Free Healthy Living With Jess Cording

Release Date: 04/11/2023

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Being diagnosed with cancer can cause crippling anxiety and make the journey difficult to navigate, but you can still find hope and healing. Today’s podcast guest, Kendall Carriere has been there, and here she shares about how she was able to push through the anxiety and get back on a healthy track after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020. She tells her story of how she was able to face this very tough reality and break through the anxiety that surrounded it.

 

Tune in to hear more about:

 

  • What led Kendall to pursue a career in the fitness / wellness world

  • Crippling anxiety and feelings of not being good enough

  • How Kendall’s  breast cancer diagnoses helped her realize she couldn’t outrun that anxiety anymore.

  • Some of the biggest mistakes people make after being diagnosed

  • Simple and practical tools for anxiety management-

  • The first steps you took towards making her vision to help other women overcome anxiety a reality

  • The evolution of the Deep Center



Connect with Kendall Carriere: 

While the accelerator course mentioned in this episode is no longer live, you can check out Kendall’s Introduction to Tapping Course here: https://university.thedeepcenter.co/offers/EwtovYTD/checkout