How Khloe Kardashian avoids feeling awkward with her exes

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian thinks it is important to keep in touch with her ex-boyfriends.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star believes it is crucial for her to feel at ease if she bumps into her former flames.

She explained: "I don't think you have to stay friends with an ex, but I believe in being cordial, for sure. It takes time, but why not? I want to feel like I can text a guy I've dated in the past to see how he's doing without it being weird.

"You definitely shouldn't force it, though. You need a break, so you can process everything, and you need to respect yourself and your own emotions. If it's toxic to remain friends, you shouldn't, and if you haven't had closure, you can't be friends yet. But it doesn't have to be that way forever."

The 31-year-old television personality went on to admit she isn't one for "bad energy" and would want to "fix" any problems first.

In a post on her website, she added: "Just because you break up with someone doesn't mean you lose that connection. I always say, people are in your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. If my relationship with someone didn't have substance anyway, we don't need to keep in touch. I don't need to stay friends with a guy I f***ed for two weeks, LOL.

"But if it's a relationship that served a purpose in my life, like Lamar, why wouldn't I want them in my life afterwards? I don't know, I always want to feel like I can say hi to anyone I've had a relationship with if I saw them in public.

"I never want to go anywhere and be nervous because so-and-so is there. That's so awkward! And if it is awkward between us, I want to find a way to fix it. I'm not about that bad energy!!! (sic)"

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