Khloé Kardashian recently got candid about how she has been dealing with the breakup from Tristan Thompson. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was invited to Laura Wasser's podcast Divorce Sucks! to talk about her recent split from the NBA player, and while the episode has not aired yet, TMZ has shared a short clip from the talk. Khloé and Tristan broke up earlier this year when news of him having cheated with KarJenner friend Jordyn Woods came out.
Khloé explained how the breakup is still 'raw', and that there are still a lot of personal emotions involved that will get heightened from time to time. However, as hurt as she obviously is from Tristan's betrayal, and as difficult as it is to move on from something like that, Khloé has made it clear that she does not want her and Tristan's daughter True to be affected by the drama. In the clip from the podcast, Khloé can be heard saying that although True is only one year old and technically does not understand what is happening nor will she remember it, she still believes her child can pick up on energies. The Revenge Body star said that as bohemian as it might sound, she is trying not to expose True to any 'heavy energies'.
As reported by ET Online, Khloé wants to keep Tristan involved in True's life no matter what issues the former couple is having. That is why she invited him to True's first birthday party because even if True won't remember if Tristan was there or not, she will see him in the photos when she is older.
About the lavish party, Khloé confessed that she did it more for herself than for True, who is too young to know what is going on around her. Khloé wanted to create a 'happy, heavenly place' and for True to have the photos as a memory of an over the top birthday party, filled with love and with both her parents present.
As much as he hurt her in their relationship, Khloé says that Tristan is a great person and that he loves and cares about True. Co-parenting can be difficult after a traumatic breakup, but Khloé is doing what's best for her daughter as any parent would.