Even though Khloe Kardashian insists that she’ll never hate Tristan Thompson, that doesn’t mean that she’s not hurting.
It looks like someone — or several someones — has been offering up some unsolicited advice on how Khloe should cope.
Khloe is making it extremely clear that sh doesn’t need or want anybody else’s suggestions.
Khloe Kardashian has taken to her Instagram Stories to issue some advice to her fans and followers.
“PSA: Please don’t tell people how to heal,” one of her Stories begins.
Khloe’s words continue: “from something you’ve never been through.”
That is fairly good advice. Unsolicited suggestions can range from annoying to downright torture for people who are suffering.
If they want your advice, they’ll ask you for it.
Khloe shared another message to her Stories, one that may or may not be related.
“Be lowkey,” Khloe’s text reads.
The post goes on to advise all readers to “Stay in your lane.”
If you’re unfamiliar with the expression, it means to keep out of business that does not concern you.
“F–k with yourself heavy,” the advice concludes.
That means to be involved with yourself and to love yourself.
Is it possible that Khloe is vagueposting about one specific person?
Maybe Kim or Kourtney or Kris has been trying to tell her how they think that she should cope with Tristan’s cheating scandal.
(Yes, heartbreak can still be sad, months or even years later)
At the same time, maybe Khloe is speaking to her fans.
Twitter randos telling her to do X type of yoga or whatever to feel at peace aren’t actually helping. Like, at all.
As we mentioned, Khloe recently assured fans that she will never hate Tristan Thompson for what he did to her.
“Why would I ever hate anyone who helped create such an angel?” she asked, referring to sweet baby True.
“People make mistakes,” she affirmed.
“But,” Khloe promised. “I won’t hurt my own healing by holding onto hate.”
A number of people believe that hating someone is a sign of righteous moral fortitude and clarity.
However, it appears that Khloe feels that hating someone is toxic for one’s own spiritual well-being.
“I’m too busy raising my beautiful baby and securing that [money] to hate any individual,” Khloe promised.
You know what? That’s fair. We’re sure that we’d have less time for resentments if we were filthy rich, too.
The proud mother correctly observed: “Sweet True has always looked like her daddy.”
She does and she is just as cute as a button!
“She’s beautiful!!” Khloe’s message concluded.
Unsolicited advice sometimes feels like “helping” to the giver, but it is often anything but.
No one knows this better than the chronically ill and disabled communities, who are often given unwanted and even dangerous advice.
So many people want to think that following a few simple steps or lifestyle changes can “fix” everything in their lives.
Khloe’s hurt feelings aren’t going away if she drinks the right kind of kale smoothie or whatever.
Let her address her own hurts in her own time. If she wants help or advice, she’ll make it known.