The 35-year-old reality star says that while she’s still processing what happened in the past, she forgives Tristan and values his relationship with their daughter True.
“I don’t think he’s a bad person; I think we all make mistakes, we are humans. But it’s only going to hurt me if I’m holding onto this anger and playing this victim role. I don’t believe in being a victim. I believe in ‘Okay this happened to me, let’s figure it out, let’s push through it,’” Khloe said on Jay Shetty’s podcast, On Purpose.
She continued, “But you can’t just condemn somebody for sinning differently than you did. I feel like we are all so quick to just exile people and it’s just so heavy to me.”
Khloe went on to explain how she deals with the situation with True, saying, “I want to show my daughter that it’s okay and it’s a beautiful thing to also forgive her dad, he’s a great person. Maybe him and I weren’t compatible in that way, but that is okay. Nobody is going to die here, and I always want True to be surrounded by love. I know babies feel energy, we feel energy, and I just feel just bliss as much as I can.”
“He never hurt True. Him and I have our own relationship and Tristan and True have theirs. I will never come between that, I don’t believe in that,” Khloe added.
Hear all that Khloe Kardashian had to say on the On Purpose podcast.