Khloe Kardashian Reacts to Scott Disick's Suicidal Thoughts

khloe kardashianFamily is an important word for the Kardashians -- they do not take it lightly and they protect their own, even when there is strife. Khloe Kardashian showed her commitment to family when she acted fast after Scott Disick confessed his suicidal thoughts to her.

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On the last episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Scott called Khloe and through tears said, "I just can't do this." He went on and said, "I'll never f--king meet anybody more beautiful than her, and I love her. And she doesn't love me .... My life is officially over. I just want it over. I just want you to know." No matter what, Scott is family -- he is the father to Kourtney's three children.

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Khloe stayed calm but snapped into action, asking Scott if he took anything. The answer wasn't exactly clear, and with Kim in the room hearing all of this, they felt the severity of the situation and knew they had to act, but Scott was in New York. Kris was able to get their friend Chris Reda to Scott right away.

Khloe needs to be praised for her actions. She said that if someone talks about ending their life, you have to act fast. She did everything right. Fans took to Twitter to express how wonderfully she handled that situation. Khloe wrote:

 

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Khloe is such an incredible person -- she really cares deeply for others and will do anything for the people she loves. She put her life on hold for Lamar -- that speaks volumes of her character. She would do anything to make sure her family and inner circle is okay. Let us all learn from Khloe -- we need to act fast when someone else talks about ending their life, and with calmness and hope and love in our hearts.

I also hope Scott is doing okay -- he is going through so much and he needs support, too. Kris seems hopeful that things are changing for him in a positive way and I certainly hope that as well.

 

Please call 1-800-273-8255 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in case you are worried about your partner, yourself, or someone else.

 

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