Khloe Kardashian: 'Break ups are doubly hard in the spotlight'

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01 March 2016

Reality star Khloe Kardashian finds it humiliating to have her love life played out in the media.

The 31-year-old recently broke up with her basketball player boyfriend James Harden, while she has also found it tough coming to terms with the public scrutiny surrounding her marriage split from Lamar Odom since finding fame with her family's reality show in 2007.

While she loves what she does, Khloe admits heartbreak can feel a whole lot harder when it plays out so publicly.

"It's almost like you have to go through it twice: privately and publicly," she wrote on her website on Monday  "I've been there, for sure, and it's hard. You could be having a fight that you don't necessarily want your family or friends to know about, and then all of a sudden it's like the whole world knows your business."

"It's humiliating," she continued. "It's like pouring salt into an open wound. It definitely makes it hard to close that chapter of your life."

Khloe claimed Houston Rockets ace James, 26, cheated on her during a recent episode of her U.S. talk show Kocktails with Khloe, but in her new blog, she insists that sometimes, relationships can just come to a natural end without any extra drama.

"I wish people would realize that a breakup doesn't always mean cheating or abuse - sometimes you just know things aren't working," she continued.

Khloe's love life has taken up many tabloid column inches in the last few weeks, because as well as her split from James, she has also been spending time with estranged husband Lamar, 36.

The former couple attended her brother-in-law Kanye West's New York Fashion Week show together earlier this month, marking Lamar's first public outing since he was found unresponsive at a Nevada brothel in October last year following a drug overdose.

Rumours immediately started to circulate suggesting the couple was back together, but Khloe was just as quick to shoot down the speculation.

"We're not back together," she told U.S. daytime show The Talk. "We're not at all. I love him with every fiber of my being...I still believe in my vows of being there for him. I know it's confusing. It's very confusing. It's not a romantic place. It's coming from a place of real care and concern and love."

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