Kris Jenner's Tearful Confession About Rob Kardashian Is Heartbreaking​

Kris Jenner, Rob KardashianKardashian matriarch Kris Jenner may be the ultimate momager, but underneath it all, she's just a mother who cares deeply for her children. In a sneak peek for this Sunday night's new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris has a breakdown over how worried she is about her son Rob Kardashian, who has been going through some life struggles lately.

The Kardashian-Jenner crew was still on vacation in Thailand, sans Rob, when the episode was filmed. In the clip, Kim and Kris talk about how Khloe wants to go home to Los Angeles to be with her brother. Kim is a little frustrated because she thinks Khloe is overreacting with worry over Rob.

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"It's like she gets anxiety with the whole Rob situation when she's away," the reality star said. "I just don't see what the point is. She doesn't need to help everyone."

Kris countered her daughter, "I do the same thing. I want to fix Rob and sometimes you just can't. I have not not cried myself to sleep in so long that I don't even know what that's like ... I go to bed every night worried about everybody."

After Kim makes a disparaging remark about Kris having "50 kids," all of whom have "big life dramas," Kris pointed out that when things are good with her children, she's happy, but it's hard when things are rough.

Cue breakdown. Kris started crying and choked out, "It's the worst feeling in the world when one of your kids isn't in a good place ... you don't think it's torture for me to be here in Thailand and have him at home?"

Ugh, it's so true! Kris and Kim go on to talk about how you can't fix people or change their behavior, and how hard that is when your loved ones seem to be hurting themselves. Especially when they're your own children -- we all want to protect our children from pain, and the hardest thing to do as a mom is to let it go.

Do you think Khloe should go home to be with Rob, or just let him be?

 

Image via Kris Jenner/Instagram

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