Is Khloe Kardashian Letting Lamar Odom Go?
Khloe Kardashian is hailed as the most sensible of the Kris Jenner's brood. However, the starlet has had quite a run of bad luck with regards to her love life. The star recently opened up on Instagram, sharing a philosophical quote with her fans.
The message read: "It doesn't matter how loyal you are to someone. You can't change someone's heart and bad habits unless they want to themselves."
She then went into detail a personal struggle in a lengthy accompanying caption, which resulted in massive speculation surrounding her relationship with both estranged husband Lamar Odom, and brother Rob Kardashian.
"Letting go doesn't mean that you don't care about someone anymore," the 31-year-old wrote. "It's just realizing that the only person you really have control over is yourself.
"Letting go with love takes great strength. We have to learn to stop taking on peoples problems as if they are our own. Loving people does not mean we have to carry their burdens and confusions on our back."
Khloe went on to explain she believes "timing is everything", and that you have to realise when it's time to move on for your own good.
"Stop shattering your own heart by trying to make a relationship (friend, family, partner) work that clearly isn't meant to work...," she continued. "Sometimes the person you want most is the person you're best without."
Concluding the message, she added, "A Girl once told me... Be careful when trying to fix a broken person. For you may cut yourself on their shattered pieces."
Her emotional post prompted reports suggesting Khloe had reached her breaking point with her estranged husband Lamar, who is said to be ignoring pleas for him to seek help in rehab after he was photographed boozing before an Easter church service last month. The news emerged months after the former basketball player, who has a history of addiction issues, was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel in October last year following a drug overdose.
However, Khloe took to Twitter shortly after her Instagram post to insist it wasn't aimed at Lamar, or at brother Rob's new engagement to Blac Chyna.
"I don't write these about anyone per say but they are feelings or thoughts that I've had before and I want to try and explain to people that it does get better and we will always rise above the ashes," she explained.
In a series of follow-up tweets, she added, "The fact that certain blogs are picking up what I wrote and are trying to read deeper into my post is what prevents me from writing more of my thoughts on social media. Not everything is a subliminal. Not all song writers, tv or film writers, poets write from experience. People might just need a place to express. I believe writing is therapeutic on any level and I believe art in any form is personal and should not be explained."
Only time will tell who Klhoe was really talking about!