Kim Kardashian continues to open up about her divorce.
The 40-year-old reality star is in the middle of ending his marriage to rapper Kanye West and had become a mother about the case until a recent episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”.
During Thursday’s series finale, the SKIMS designer opened up further, revealing the moment she knew she wanted to end things with West, 44.
In the episode, Kardashian sat down to a heart-to-heart about her marriage to her mother, Kris Jenner, and said she “never believed [she] was lonely. “
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“After turning 40 this year, I realized, no,” she continued per. Entertainment Tonight. “I do not want a man who lives in a completely different state. I thought, ‘This is where we have the best together,’ but then it’s sad for me. And that’s not what I want.”
Jenner, 65, said she would see her daughter “happy and happy.”
“I do not think I have seen it for a long time,” said the matriarch.
Kardashian assured her mother that she finds it productive to talk to a therapist even though she did not talk about any mental struggle.
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The reality star also admitted that she has achieved “10 times more than I ever thought possible” in her life, but feels she does not “have a life to share it with.”
“I want someone there, we have the same shows in common. I want someone who wants to train with me,” she explained.
The star continued: “It’s the little things. I have all the big things. I have all the extravagant, everything you might want and no one will ever do it like that. And I’m grateful for those experiences, but I think I is ready for the smaller experiences that I think will mean a lot. “
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Finally, the star admitted that while she will take her time making big decisions, she will work toward her goals after “waking up at 40 and realizing that I just want total happiness.”
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“Obviously, complete bliss is not a complete reality, but if I can get it more, most of the time it’s all I want,” said mother of four. “Wherever it takes me, I just want my pure happiness. That’s what I’m working on and figuring out how to get there.”