Khloe Kardashian recently opened up about her life and how she has been able to handle co-parenting with her ex, Tristan Thompson.
In a podcast interview, the reality star dished on how she had been able to handle the pressures of raising a child, especially without an ideal family situation.
Khloé Kardashian attends the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on November 10, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
When asked about how she has been able to handle the task of raising her daughter, the Kardashian sister pointed out that the entire experience has made her reflect on her upbringing as well.
The reality star shares her daughter, True, with Cleveland Cavaliers Power Forward Tristan Thompson. However, their relationship broke down last year after reports surfaced that he had cheated on Khloe.
The Basketball player allegedly cheated with Jordyn Woods, a model who, at the time, was also best friends with Khloe's younger sister, Kylie Jenner.
In the interview, Khloe compared her situation with that of her parents, who also had to raise her and her older sisters, at a point, as divorced co-parents.
Just weeks before Khloe was to deliver Baby True, a video of Tristan making out with a mystery woman hit the Internet.
Khloe explained in the interview that she has tried to follow the blueprint of her parents' divorce and co-parenting technique, and it has worked out so far. The reality star said,
"I never, ever heard my parents talk disrespectfully about the other one... So, I do everything in my power to not put any heavy energy around [True.]"
The mother-of-one also pointed out that her ex, Tristan Thompson, has been supportive, and she has no questions about his love and commitment to his duties as a father as well.
The scandal brought a treasure trove of footage involving Tristan and other women, while Khloe was pregnant, although the reality star continued to stand by the basketball player. The Jordyn scandal, however, appeared to have been the last straw.