I don't know about you guys, but I would kill to have a body like Kourtney Kardashian. Even after having two kids, she looks stellar. What I wouldn't kill for? A partner like Scott Disick. Yeah, Lord Disick can be a bundle of laughs -- but after what he said about how Kourtney should be 93 pounds he's irked me.
When the comment came out on an episodes of Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, Kourt's attitude about the whole thing was a lot better than mine would have been. She told cameras that his opinion didn't bother her, that she knows what's good for her, and being that small isn't it.
Well it turns out that Kourtney isn't handling the criticism so well anymore. A source tells Perez Hilton that Kourtney is miserable, Scott allegedly ridicules and makes fun of her and just wants her to be a skinny minnie with big boobs.
Geez. How Kourtney can stay with a man that isn't supportive of her being healthy, that's beyond me.
When you are at a certain weight where you feel comfortable, it's a great feeling. You feel positive about your body, your clothes fit better, all that jazz. So when someone comes in and tells you that something you're OK with isn't OK, it feels unfair and makes you question your feelings.
For Kourtney, she's probably conflicted feeling like she's not good enough for the man she's in love with. There's no way that being around him (if he's really saying all of these things about her weight) is good for her mental health, nevertheless her body. The last thing this busy mom needs is to feel like she's not good enough.
No one, Kourtney included, should lose weight or take on new fitness challenges because OTHER people think you should be different than you are. Sure, you can find motivation in their less-than-awesome statements. However, if you change who you are because of someone else and it's not making you happy -- then it's not worth it.
Do you think Kourtney's relationship with Scott is healthy?
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