Khloe Kardashian Doesn't Need Pregnancy Pressure From Lamar (VIDEO)

Khloe KardashianKhloe Kardashian has been totally open and honest about the troubles she's had trying to conceive. In fact, she's been so open that the issue has been a focal point of her and husband Lamar Odom's reality show. It's like we pretty much know everything there is to know regarding them and the issue, right? Actually ... wrong.

This week, Khloe opened up a little further on The Today Show, revealing that her basketball star husband was jealous after learning that sister Kourtney and Scott Disick were pregnant for the second time. She said that it shocked her to hear this, and, of course, it broke her heart. Like she needs added pressure.

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Trying to have a baby -- especially when it's not happening all that easily -- has to be one of the most pressure-filled, frustrating things a woman can possibly ever deal with. We're all brought up assuming that when we eventually decide to have kids, it'll just happen. We don't factor in fertility issues or unexplained mysteries that can crop up and throw a wrench into the situation. When problems do arise, women take it personally -- and they usually assume full responsibility for what's happening. In short, it has to suck. 

Worrying about disappointing your partner, who also wants a child, should never be among these problems. I know, easier said than done, but what Khloe -- and many women -- have to try to remember is, it's not their fault. It's just the hand they've been dealt. It was a natural reaction for Lamar to feel a pang of jealousy after hearing that his wife's sister is pregnant again, but Khloe really shouldn't feel heartbroken over it. It's kind that she does, but honestly, she's got enough on her plate.

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