Kim Kardashian hints that differences in beliefs led to divorce

Kim Kardashian is letting fans talk about her state of mind following her very public divorce from Kanye West.

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During the last episode of the On Purpose with Jay Shetty podcast, the SKIMS founder opened up about how things are going in her personal life. Kardashian gushed that she’s in a “really good place”, saying the people in her life right now are “really solid”.

Although the reality TV star didn’t name her ex-husband Kanye West, she went on to talk about different beliefs and learning that you can’t force others to think like you, which immediately made guess fans she was referring to the musician.

“What I’ve learned is you can’t help people who don’t want help,” Kardashian said. “You can’t impose your beliefs and project them onto someone who thinks something totally different.”

She continued, “It’s okay to have these different points of view. This is why the world turns. But if you don’t align with the same values ​​and the same morals and the same fundamental things, then it’s okay to realize that this life is so short, and you should go and find the people who align with what you really believe.

Although Kim won’t name her ex, she goes on to mention the four children they share: North, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 5, and Psalm, 4.

“These are some of the things I would teach my kids when they are looking for friends, partners and relationships,” she continued. “You can’t really impose things on others. You can’t expect them to be where you are, at your level.

Kardashian went on to clarify that she doesn’t view any of her former relationships as failures, alluding that her time with West was “magnificent” regardless of how things end.

“Sometimes I feel like people think if a relationship doesn’t work out it’s a failure, but I don’t really see it that way,” she insisted. “15 years together, 10 years. It’s not a failure. It’s so beautiful.


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