The 40-year-old TV star & mogul got candid about her divorce at the 'KUWTK' series finale.
Kim Kardashian opens her heart at the end of the Keeping Up With The Kardashian series. The SKIMS designer talked about her divorce from Kanye West with her mother Kris Jenner.
“I’m going to a therapist. Let me work on myself and see where I’m at – and that’s what I’m so excited for, just like, waking up at 40 and realizing like, I just want total happiness,” Kim started.
“I know obviously complete bliss is like, not a full reality, but if I can have it more of the majority of the time, that’s all I want to do, wherever that takes me,” she continued. “I just want my pure happiness, so that’s what I’m working on figuring out how to get there. I just feel like I’ve worked so hard in life to achieve everything that I’ve wanted to, and I’ve lived up to my expectations and achieved 10 times more than I even thought was humanly possible.”
Kim went on to talk about the loneliness she felt at times as Kanye traveled to Wyoming and she stayed in Los Angeles.
“But I don’t have a life to share that with. Like, I do – obviously my kids and everything – but am I just gonna sit here and think, ‘Okay, my kids fulfill me, and I’m good?’”
“I never thought I was lonely … I always thought that’s totally fine, I could just have my kids, my husband moves from state to state. And I just am on this ride with him, and I was okay with that and then after turning 40 this year, I realized like, ‘No, I don’t want a husband that lives in a completely different state to me.’ I thought, ‘Oh my God, that’s when we’re getting along the best,’ but then that is sad to me, and that’s not what I want.”
“I want someone that we have the same shows in common,” Kim continued. “I want someone that wants to work out with me every single day … the little things are what I don’t have. I have all the big things. I have the extravagant, everything you could possibly imagine – and no one will ever do it like that, I know that you know what I mean? And I’m grateful for those experiences – but I think I’m ready for the smaller experiences that I think will mean a lot.”