The No-Man Diet: Free Yourself
:: Create the relationship of your dreams ~ Gain emotional freedom ~ Step into a deep and committed relationship with yourself ~ Get in right relationship with men & The Masculine ::
BEGINS JAN 13, 2019
I have felt, first hand, what has had me (and so many women) settle for scraps in relationships, instead of risking having nothing. Many of us are so terrified of ending up alone, we unconsciously create relationships that are actually deeply unsatisfying.
But settling for crumbs doesn’t keep you fed—it keeps you starving.
We’re at a unique time in history where we need each other less and we can choose each other instead. You can create the relationship of your dreams and experience an emotional freedom and inner liberation you’ve never felt before, and I’m here to show you how.
This Program Is For You If...
- You find yourself chronically single
- You keep attracting the same kind of man
- Been to workshop after workshop about how to be ‘feminine enough’
- You go back to your ex (for sex)…even when you know he’s not right for you
- You’ve written countless Relationship Manifestos or Relationship Vision Boards
- Been on all the dating sites
- Tried to convince yourself you’re happy with the occasional hook-up
- Tried to convince yourself you’re ‘just fine without a man, thank you very much’
- Secretly read Cosmos “Top 10 Tips to Get The Man of Your Dreams” in the checkout line
This Program Is NOT For You If...
- You’re looking for a quick fix
- Still really think the ‘problem’ is those ‘5lbs I just can’t seem to lose’ (or some other version of believing that changing the way you look will change everything)
- Are unwilling to set boundaries & ask for what you (really) want
- You’re sure it’s all his fault
“Working with Kendra during the No Man Diet helped me reclaim my role as arbiter of my own life, re-establish essential relationships with women in my life, and develop wide-ranging practices to create a life full of beauty and connection.”—Jenna Moon
A Little Bit About My Story
Several years ago I was on-again-off-again dating a guy who refused to commit and would come and go as he pleased. At the same time, I’d fallen madly in love with another man, who also didn’t want the kind of partnership I wanted. Occasionally, I threw my hands up at both of them and went on dates via OKCupid.
But part of me was so lonely, craved connection in a deeper way and was unconsciously waiting for a partner so my life could begin. Until one day I got my wake up call when my lover told me this:
“I refuse to be the next man in your life who gives you just enough to not go for what you really want.”
This was one of the hardest, truest and most loving things a man had ever said to me. On the one hand, I felt heartbroken: I was in love with him. On the other hand, I knew he was telling the truth—not because he didn’t love me, but because he did—and in doing so, he was setting me free.
So I decided to put myself on a No-Man diet. I knew in my bones that it was going to take radically letting go in order to get to the bottom of what was going on for me. During my No-Man Diet, I made a commitment to get in right relationship to The Masculine, to figure out what I really wanted in a relationship, and to liberate my own desire to love and be loved.
But the moment I committed to it, I immediately felt a deep sense of fear and regret at the thought of the giving up the little I had—it seemed crazy. I knew I wasn’t getting what I wanted, but not having anything at all was so much more intense than just settling for what I could get.
The whole process brought me to my knees.
More than once, I found myself literally on the floor, calling on God or anyone who would listen. It was a dark and confusing time but in those depths, I found and fell back in love with the parts of myself I had abandoned in the quest for love in the first place.
Not only did I gain sovereignty within myself again, but I transformed my relationships with the women in my life, began to truly and deeply validate myself, learned to receive the abundance of the universe, began to experience more pleasure and joy in all areas of my life, and as a bonus—I created a beautiful relationship with the man of my dreams.
And you can have this too.
So what does the No-Man Diet involve?
The No-Man Diet is a 12-week, women-only, online course, that involves:
New Content Every Week
Nurturing and Supportive Online Community of Women
Weekly Personal Inquiry Work Practices
Tools for Personal Reflection
Access to a Collection of My All-Time Best Resources
Daily Personalized Coaching in Our Private Facebook Group
3 x Live Coaching Calls with Kendra
“Kendra’s No Man Diet is powerful, cleansing and healing in countless ways. Her insights, practices, support and suggestions are game changers in the complicated world of relationships and love. For the first time I felt safe, seen, empowered, supported as I dared to untangle the layers of emotions and conditioning connected to intimate relationships that have kept me trapped for so long. Thank you Kendra for creating such a safe container and revealing a pathway to new possibilities!”—Cindy Thompson
Areas of Focus
Creating a Powerful Container
Self Trust & Self Love
The Connection Between Boundaries & Love
Pleasure & Power
Right Relationship with The Feminine
Deep Inner Work
Right Relationship with The Masculine
Setting Powerful Intention(s)
The Power of Feeling
The Groundless Ground
Founder of Fierce Grace: Practices of Embodied Wholeness for Women, Kendra Cunov has been studying, facilitating, and (most importantly) practicing Authentic Relating, Embodiment Practices & Deep Intimacy Work for the last fifteen years.
Kendra has worked with thousands of men, women & couples in the areas of embodiment, intimacy, communication & full self-expression.
She co-founded Authentic World, as well as The Embodied Relationship Training Salon, and pioneered some of the most cutting edge relation work on the planet.
Kendra has consulted for companies such as Genentech & is currently on staff for 4PC, an elite mastermind for the top 4% of coaches in the world.
She works with organizations & leaders, as well as men, women & couples, who know that presence, truth, connection & integrity are our truest access points to success - in business & in love.
“I came across The No Man Diet at a time when I was searching for clarity about my marriage. I got my clarity and so much more. The content alone was amazing and intuitive. But what really made the No Man Diet powerful and transformative for me was what Kendra herself brought to the space. She was impeccably present. She invited me to explore the depths of myself in a way that nobody had before and she held witness to ALL the parts of me with such tenderness and reverence that it often brought tears to my eyes. She had a brilliant ability to cut through layers of my self-deception while simultaneously making it clear that she cared for me no matter where I was on my path. She showed me through her own example how to offer devotion to myself. She not only welcomed every inquiry I had, but treated it as a sacred offering. And she had this beautiful way of teasing out the threads and nuances of my process so that I was able to digest it and feel hopeful instead of overwhelmed. I felt fully accepted and LOVED for who I was. This program had such a tremendous impact on me that I enrolled in her longer immersion, Fierce Grace, simply for the chance to continue to learn and grow from her. I did not hesitate for one second about Fierce Grace, and I will continue to jump at every opportunity I can to be at the feet of of such a wise and masterful teacher. Thank you Kendra- you changed my life.”—Candace Folden
“Since Kendra has been my teacher and coach over the last year I have learned the art of being comfortable in my own skin by slowing down, staying with my breath, the power of meditating, and learning how boundaries in relationships are honoring for myself and those I choose to be join relationship. Fierce Grace is Kendra. The delicate yet firm, no nonsense coaching style has elevated my life in ways no other coach has of mine to date. (And I have had many!)”—Sandy Sembler