Khloe Kardashian, the reality TV star, recently opened up about how she deals with stress, giving insights into her coping strategies. During a Q&A session on Snapchat, the 39-year-old revealed that exercise is her go-to therapy when she’s feeling pressured. She emphasized how crucial physical activity is for her well-being, saying, “Working out is my therapy. It’s the best way for me to handle stress.” Kardashian believes that exercising helps her stay focused, physically fit, and mentally strong.
Her revelation adds to her consistent advocacy for fitness over the years. In 2020, she encouraged her social media followers to set achievable fitness goals and reward themselves for reaching milestones, according to People magazine.
Kardashian advised her followers not to set unrealistic goals and to praise themselves for making progress. She reassured them that setbacks are part of the journey and encouraged them to keep going. She captioned her post, “You got this!!! Slow and steady! It’s a lifestyle.”
Khloe’s candid discussion about managing stress coincides with recent news about her ex-partner and the father of her two children, NBA star Tristan Thompson. Thompson received a 25-game suspension from the NBA for violating the league’s drug policy after testing positive for ibutamoren and SARM LGD-4033.
The suspension sparked public interest due to Thompson’s connection with Kardashian and their two children, True, aged 5, and Tatum, who is currently 18 months old.
Despite the challenges in their relationship, Kardashian has adopted a positive approach to co-parenting with Thompson. In an interview with TMRW magazine, she acknowledged the difficulties but expressed her commitment to maintaining a respectful relationship for the sake of their children. She admitted, “It would be really easy to never talk to him again and to just badmouth him or whatever? Of course. But it’s way harder to be nice.”
Kardashian emphasized the importance of nurturing strong relationships between her kids and their father, appreciating the blessing of having an involved and caring dad in their lives.