Breaking up is hard to do! Khloe Kardashian has lived her life in the spotlight for the better part of a decade, so the world has seen her highs and lows.
When it comes to her breakups being played out in front of the world, it's never easy.
"When you break up in the public eye, it's almost like you have to go through it twice: privately and publicly," she said on her subscribers-only website and app.
"I've been there, for sure, and it's hard," she continued. "You could be having a fight that you don't necessarily want your family or friends to know about, and then all of a sudden it's like the whole world knows your business."
That whole aspect of a public split, she said, is "humiliating."
"There's so much that you want to keep private, just for the sake of your own pride, and when details get out to the tabloids or whatever, it's like pouring salt into an open wound," she said. "It definitely makes it hard to close that chapter of your life."
Khloe has had high-profile romances with estranged husband Lamar Odom, rapper French Montana and most recently NBA star James Harden.
While filming her show "Kocktails With Khloe" last week she implied that James cheated on her, hence the end of that relationship. They had been together since the summer of 2015.
"I just don't want to put up with people that you want to be monogamous, but you're not monogamous," she told Lisa Rinna, adding that James sought her out, but and "wanted to be committed, then wasn't committed."
Khloe didn't address James, nor her comments about his alleged cheating ways on her website. She did, though, address unfaithfulness in relationships, in a general sense.
"You don't need a huge scandal for things not to work, either," she said of break ups. "I actually think it takes more courage to move on if there's not a concrete reason you broke up.
She continued, "I wish people would realize that a breakup doesn't always mean cheating or abuse—sometimes you just know things aren't working, and you have to remove yourself from the situation. It takes so much strength to move on without a huge reason."
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