Khloé Kardashian offers insight into how her sisters deal with their "intense" fights

Khloe Kardashian and her sisters' "punching fights" can only be resolved by saying, "You get over it."

For many people, keeping up with the Kardashians means staying on top of all of their quarrels.

Khloe Kardashian is fully aware that she and her sisters aren't always on the same page (just last weekend, Kim Kardashian jokingly roasted the entire clan on Saturday Night Live.)


Even when things become heated, Khloe revealed in a new interview with Health magazine how they handle their differences.


She admitted to severe punching battles between her sisters. You have to get over it, since there isn't any other way.


They don't have a choice, as Khloe stated. "Every talk we had as children revolved around our family. You always have each other's backs, no matter what happens. You're free to disagree and make counter-arguments. I can't envision a situation in which I don't communicate with at least one of my sisters. Simply put, it never occurs "she carried on.


True Thompson, her 3-year-old daughter, has already learned this lesson from her mother.


"We try to make the cousins feel as close as possible to one another. I don't mind if they have different opinions—bound that's to happen. Of course, I want children to be able to express themselves and have their sentiments accepted. But being apart and not communicating isn't an option for us "Khloe clarified the situation.

Though young, True is "certainly aware of family," according to the creator of Good American, who founded the Kardashian-Jenner family empire.

Khloe also discussed her shifting views on social media's good, bad, and ugly sides throughout the conversation. "I'm forever trying to shut out the noise that doesn't matter—especially in the world of Instagram," revealed the reality star, who has previously stated that social media causes her anxiety. "It's both a blessing and a curse in one. There have been numerous occasions when I've thought to myself, "Wow, I feel so badass and good.". In the end, my manner will be tarnished due of an online rumor regarding my appearance."

She claimed that when she was younger, online trolls had less of an impact on her life "Most people age and turn to titanium as a result. When I allow myself to be affected by it, I have to consciously block out the noise."

But what if the insults are delivered live on national television by members of her own family? To find out what Khloe really thought of Kim's SNL monologue, go to this page.

Nicole Valdez

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