This Is What Khloé Kardashian Has Learned From Her Family
Khloé Kardashian is opening up about her clan.
Amid rumors that the family are fighting over Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s relationship, Khloé has written a blog post on her app detailing what she has learned from the famous family. (Not surprisingly, Rob has been left off the list.)
Focusing on the women in her life, Khloé says her mother and sisters have each taught her specific things she takes to heart.
According to the 31-year-old, momager Kris Jenner has taught her to “follow [her] heart.”
“Kris does not care what people think—she’s ALWAYS just been 100 percent true to herself and her heart,” Khloé writes. “Especially now that she’s with Corey [Gamble], I see this attitude and I LOVE it, LOL!”
Meanwhile, eldest sister Kourtney Kardashian is “not someone who bends” and holds strong beliefs in herself. “She stands her ground and has this amazing strength in her decisions,” Khloé pens. “Kourtney has showed me just how important it is to stand up for yourself above everything else!”
As for Kim Kardashian? Khloé says she learned that you have to “experience things for yourself” through her older sister’s life — including Kim’s failed marriage.
“Kimberly has ALWAYS done what makes her happy. She just does her own thing and has confidence in the choices she makes,” Khloé explains. “There have been times where we’d try to give Kim advice, but she needed to experience everything for herself—I love that about her! I mean, she got married at 18. She knew it wasn’t necessarily a smart choice but had to try it because that’s what her heart told her to do.”
“Even though she’s young, Kendall is so private, and she knows the value of keeping things quiet. She’s really reserved in her relationships and I think we could all learn something from Kendall, LOL!” Khloé says, before adding about Kylie, “Kylie is the QUEEN of marching to the beat of your own drum. She does not give a fuck what people think.”
Khloé continues, “Kylie knows that the right choice for her might not necessarily be a choice that her older sisters would make, and that’s OK. She’s all about experience life for herself. Respect!”