Kendall Jenner Reveals Her Pets Calm Her Anxiety and ‘Help Me Quiet My Mind’

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The comfort of a pet. Kendall Jenner candidly opened up about her struggle to “quiet [her] mind” — and revealed that her fur babies help to ease her into a state of mindfulness.

“I’ve had some down time these last couple days and sometimes i find it hard to wind down,” the KardashiansStar, 26, shared via Instagram a collection of Instagram videos as well as images of her self care tools on Tuesday June 7. She listed a series of activities that “help me be more present and quiet my mind.”

Her favorites include “workouts/ nature walks, being with my animal children, meditation/ my sound bowls :), journaling” and “organizing,” the 818 Tequila founder shared, encouraging her 241 million followers to find the rituals that speak to them. Jenner is a mother to Pyro and Mew as well as a son snake.

“Go outside, pick up a new hobby, hug someone you love, keep a smile on yuh face!” she concluded. “Great thing[s] are coming to you.”

Jenner posted the message along with images of each hobby, including a video where she is seen meditating poolside while wearing a bikini and rubbing the striker around a sound bowl. She also posted an image of her “Wellness Journal,” which was engraved with her nickname, “Kenny.”

The reality star shared some of her stressors in a May episode on NBC’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians The Kardashians — namely, her mom, Kris JennerShe was pressured to have children. (The model, who is the only Kardashian-Jenner sister without children, has been linked to a boyfriend Devin BookerSince 2020.

Kendall opened up about her feelings when it comes to Kris, 66, putting on the maternal pressure, telling her mother that she feels “uncomfortable” when the momager asks her about having children.

“You keep telling me, ‘You’re not getting any younger.’ But guess what? It’s my life,” the Kendall + Kylie designer told Kris in the episode. “I don’t know if I’m ready yet.”

Kris, however, didn’t let Kendall’s remarks stop her from calling an OBGYN on her daughter’s behalf, asking if the 26-year-old should freeze her eggs.

“I still have a lot to figure out before I can, like, welcome a child into my life,” Kendall said in response to her mom’s phone call. “I’m still, like, enjoying life on my own. And I’m OK with that right now.”

She also shares her honest thoughts on motherhood. The California native has been open about her anxiety struggles for years.

Kendall shared his feelings of loneliness during quarantine in May 2020, two years after the coronavirus pandemic began.

“The days that I don’t really have as much going on, I tend to get a bit anxious,” the Keeping up with the KardashiansAn alum shared via Instagram her favorite ways of relaxing with herself, sharing them with her followers. “To calm myself down I usually read a book or meditate, or even sit outside and enjoy nature or something. I’m off and on.”

She added: “I will say my bad days aren’t the greatest. I’m trying to get through them, I’m trying to find my little remedies and not feel alone.”

If you or someone you care about is experiencing mental health difficulties, please call the Crisis Text Line at 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or text HOME to 741741.

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