The Good American creator, now 37, is on the cover of the November 2021 issue of Health. She tells the magazine how she raised her 3-year-old daughter True to always put family first.
“My family is always glued together, but with COVID and the lockdown, her cousins were her only friends for a while,” says Khloé, who shares True with her ex Tristan Thompson. “There were no play classes or anything like that.”
“Even though she’s young, she definitely knows family,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum continues. “As kids, family was always at the forefront of every conversation. No matter what happens, you have each other’s backs. You have the right to argue and disagree.”
Khloé explains that even when they have quarrels or confrontations, Khloé Kardashian and her famous siblings always make up and move on.
“I could never imagine not talking to one of my sisters. It just doesn’t happen,” she says.
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“My sisters got into brutal, literally fistfights. But we get over it – there’s no other option.”
Khloe says, “We’re raising the cousins to feel almost like siblings. I don’t care if they disagree – it’s inevitable. And, of course, I want them to talk about their feelings and feel validated. But there’s just no option for us to be apart and not talk to each other.”