For the Kardashians, Love Trumps Pain

30 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

For the Kardashians, Love Trumps Pain.

As a grief specialist who has been with families during most of life’s biggest challenges—illness, betrayal, divorce, addiction and death, I can tell you that while we all are imperfect, Kris Jenner has summoned strength with compassion in life’s hardest moments. The 31 year old and her relatives, including older sister Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, were launched to international fame through their hit reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians in 2007. “Right before the show started, I thought I was in good shape, but I guess not good enough for Hollywood’s eyes,” she told People magazine. “I didn’t realise I was the ‘fat’ sister until I went on TV and the media started saying that about me. “Being compared to my sisters was something I was used to. While there is no doubt that Kris is a savvy businesswoman, she demonstrated this capacity even before her reality show existed, whether that was standing loyal to her friend Nicole Brown Simpson’s memory or showing up for her ex-husband, Robert Kardashian, as he battled cancer. But I would let society make me believe that I was.” Khloé takes good care of her body, as she works out at the gym several times per week performing advanced fitness techniques with celebrity personal trainers.

But Khloé’s mother Kris Jenner, her late father Robert Kardashian and stepdad Bruce Jenner (now Caitlyn Jenner) always made the star feel good about herself. “I knew I didn’t look like my sisters and I didn’t have those shapes, but I didn’t think that was wrong,” she said. “I had parents who were incredibly loving and nurturing and always made me feel beautiful so I never really questioned that.”

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