Khloe Kardashian shares a series of cryptic quotes on "nervous breakdown" on Instagram

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Khloe Kardashian has published a series of enigmatic quotes on her Instagram account, suggesting that she might "try [her] It's better to heal "after being hurt and talking about a" nervous breakdown. "The star of Kardashians'" Keeping Up With "shared three quotes about experiencing trials on his Instagram account, starting with an excerpt Some things that will sting you so hard that they will take you back to where you started, and you will suffer, and you will suffer, but you will also come out of it. "You will learn from the past, you will adapt and survive, no matter how difficult you are, you will shape your own reality and accept the fact that you should never settle for less than what you deserve, "he concluded.

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Kardashian then posted another quote, presented on a similar pale pink background. The message, which has not been attributed to any particular author, reads as follows: "I address love to all who do their best to heal things they do not do not argue. The final text of the message read as follows: "I would have liked to have the time of nervous breakdown I deserve. "

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The 34-year-old released a more cheerful note in the following articles, sharing Polaroid photos and video footage of her daughter True Thompson's baby class.Kardashian looked gay while she Helped her 9-month-old daughter to keep pace with her class The reality-TV star welcomed her first child in April 2018 with her partner, Tristan Thompson. Two days before the birth, videos were shown showing Thompson cheating on his girlfriend with several women. The couple has since overcame the scandal, although Kardashian's older sister, Kim, recently called him "silly." "to stay with his partner. not in your place, but seeing all that has happened, it is so easy and quick to say, "Oh my God, leave it, leave it," she said to TV host Andy Cohen. "It's so much harder to stay and let the audience think you're an idiot to stay."