"It's definitely not anything I'm through," the 29-year-old said in an interview on Australian radio. "I'm going through it, but I'm not through it."
What makes the divorce even more painful -- aside from the drug, theft and cheating allegations plaguing her onetime NBA star soulmate -- is Keeping Up With The Kardashians, because it's forcing Kardashian to relive all the trauma she's already been through.
"It's really hard to watch yourself on TV," Kardashian admitted. "It's definitely different in that the world has to watch, too. It's definitely not the easiest thing to do, but it's what my life is."
Still, Kardashian is getting by with a little help from her friends and siblings. "I have the same friends that I've had for 15 years," she said. "I think also, just by having each other, as soon as one of us gets a big head, we shoot the other one down. That's the beauty about having brothers and sisters. I just don't believe the hype."
As far as fame potentially clouding her judgment, Kardashian won't let that happen, either. "It's easy to get lost in this. It's easy to get lost in all the hype and to have all these 'yes men' around you," she said. "But because we're all doing it together, it's a really rare scenario. Most families aren't all in the public eye as we are. It works as a blessing. It works in our favor."
Here's hoping they have good cops and lawyers on their team, too (though really, they're Kardashians -- of course they do), because this split is getting messy ... and potentially dangerous. Stay strong, Khloe!
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