Kendra Wilkinson Says Her Depression Is ”Finally” Gone Almost a Year After Divorcing Hank Baskett

kendra wilkinson says her depression is finally gone almost a year after divorcing hank baskett
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Kendra Wilkinson is turning over a new leaf in her personal life. 

The former reality TV personality took to Instagram on Thursday with an update on her mental health, revealing the “depression” she suffered in the aftermath of her split from Hank Baskett has lifted and the relationship with her two little ones has become stronger.

“The depression is gone finally,” Kendra captioned a snapshot of herself gazing into the distance. “Back in the light and feels good.”

“I’m living a whole new life,” continued the Playboy model, “Very different but the kids and I are bonding more than ever. Have had to work extra hard to find stable grounds but we did it and back enjoying life again. Sometimes things happen for a reason.”

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Almost a year has passed since Kendra filed for divorce from the former professional football player in April 2018. As it stands, the pair has yet to finalize their split but continue to co-parent 9-year-old Hank Jr. and 4-year-old Alijah

Just last month, Kendra made it very clear that despite rumors she and The Bachelorette‘s Chad Johnson were an item, her priorities remained the same. 

I have no time or energy to date anyone,” she said frankly on Instagram Stories. “I’m focusing on my kids and myself. Rest. Health. Work.”

The Kendra on Top star has documented the ups and downs of divorce with her millions of followers. At the time of their split, Kendra publicly mourned the decade they spent together.

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“Ten years. I did everything I could. It wasn’t good enough,” she said while holding back tears. “I will always love him. My heart will always remain open for him. I believed in forever, I really did. Guess it’s just not meant to be. I am so scared but I have to get strong for my kids. I will.” 

In Kendra’s case, it looks like time really has healed old wounds. 

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