We're back with our daily Kardashian post; specifically, our Khloé Kardashian post.
Being one of the biggest stars on the planet does not come without a full plate. Besides her ongoing obligations shooting Keeping Up With The Kardashians, she's the CEO of the Good American clothing line and the mother of an almost two-year-old daughter.
Although all the Kardashians are subject to various levels of scrutiny, it's arguable the Khloé's scrutinies are the most relatable, and - in her very Khloé way that we love so much - she's shared some anxiety-relieving methods for keeping the haters at bay.
This "Khloé way" that we speak of is essentially her ability to take something negative and turn it into a fully positive situation. Instead of internally stewing on the words of bullies, Khloé has decided to pay it forward by helping those of us that are dealing with trolls of our own.
And here's her advice. (Get ready, though; it isn't for the faint of heart.)
Stop using social media. For a little while, at least.
"It’s good to take a break and to disconnect because it doesn’t matter in my real world,” Khloé said in 2018. “People’s comments like that, my friends and family know who I am, they know our intentions and our hearts and that just doesn’t matter in my everyday life.”
Besides the constant body shaming she's endured since entering the spotlight in 2007, the birth of her daughter True has brought on something even more deplorable: mom shaming.
An August 2019 Instagram post shows Khloé relaxing on the beach with True playing in the sand nearby. The photo, which now has close to 18,000 comments, received one particularly nasty response:
“U do now that your baby isn’t an accessory right?”
We bet they're wishing they said nothing at all, because their comment did not go unseen by Khlomoney.
"Would you like a parent NOT to create memories and traditions with their child? Would you like someone else to watch my child and me do these things on my own?” Khloé responded. “I am her mother and we will celebrate life together everyday. True and I are creating magical memories TOGETHER FOREVER.”
We would love to see the look on the original poster's face after they read this. Hopefully they learned their lesson!
In regards to accepting her own body, she told PEOPLE that she got used to being compared to her sisters, accepting her role as the "fat, funny sister." After a beautiful transformation of both body and mind, Khloé offers inspiring words that can truly translate to many other situations:
“I don’t believe in numbers. I don’t believe in one size fits all. As long as I can lay my head down at night, that’s all that matters. It’s not about fitting someone else’s standards.”