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Kim Kardashian Gets Emotional on Difficult Experience Co-Parenting With Kanye West

In a recent podcast with Angie Martinez, Kim Kardashian opened up about the challenges of co-parenting with her ex-husband, Kanye West.

The reality TV star and SKIMS founder shares four children with West: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm. Kardashian revealed that she has tried to shield her children from the controversies and negative press surrounding their father, saying, “In my home, my kids don’t know anything that goes on, in the outside world.” She added that she will do everything in her power to keep their lives as normal as possible until they are old enough to understand the more “grown-up” issues.

Kardashian and West’s divorce was finalized last month, with the couple agreeing to share joint custody of their children with “equal access,”

though Kardashian will have the kids the majority of the time. West will pay $200,000 per month in child support and will also be responsible for an equal share of their children’s educational and security expenses.

Any disputes regarding their children will be resolved through mediation, with the stipulation that if one parent fails to participate, the other parent will make the decision.

Kardashian also spoke about how difficult it can be to keep up appearances and put on a happy face in front of her children, even when things are tough.

She shared that when driving her kids to school or around town, they often want to listen to their father’s music and she makes an effort to sing along and act like everything is okay.

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However, she admitted that as soon as she drops them off, she is able to let go and have a good cry or deal with her emotions.

Despite the difficulties of co-parenting, Kardashian emphasized that her priority is to give her children the same loving and supportive upbringing that she had with her own father, Robert Kardashian. She said, “It’s hard. S**t like co-parenting, it’s really f**king hard. But I had the best dad. And I had the best memories and the greatest experience. And that’s all I want for my kids. As long as they can have that, that’s what I want for them.”

Kardashian also touched on the importance of communication and being open with her children when they are ready to have more serious conversations.

She said, “When they are [ready], we’ll have those conversations. And I’ll be so prepared. But until then, I’ll do anything to keep their life as normal as possible.”

In addition to discussing her experiences with co-parenting, Kardashian also opened up about the struggles she faced during her marriage to West.

She revealed that she had tried to get him to help with his mental health issues and supported him through some of his most difficult moments, but ultimately felt that she had to prioritize her own well-being and the well-being of her children.

Kardashian shared that she felt a sense of relief after filing for divorce and has been focusing on healing and finding happiness on her terms.

She said, “I feel like I’ve been through so much and I’ve been through a lot of therapy. I feel like I’m in such a good place now where I’m just, like, I don’t want to be held back from anything. I just want to live my life and be happy and just do what I want to do.”

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Overall, Kardashian’s interview offered a candid look at the challenges of co-parenting and the difficult decisions that come with ending a marriage.

Despite the difficulties, she emphasized the importance of prioritizing her well-being and the well-being of her children and working towards finding happiness on her terms.



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