Khloé Kardashian knows heartbreak beyond what most of us will hopefully have to experience in our romantic lives.
In the event we ever do experience serious heartbreak, Auntie Koko is here with advice on how to pic ourselves up, dust off our Balmain clothes and move the heck on.
The busier you are the less you are going to think about something. So try to consume your thoughts with really productive things. Try to find a hobby and keep yourself busy in a really positive way. Or surround yourself by friends and family that you love that really occupy your mind…The more alone you are the more you think about something. You're just going to overthink and our brains play tricks on us, which is never healthy. And eventually every day it will get better and better.
Love is a drastically different experience for each person who finds himself or herself reeling from it. Khloé is particularly sensitive to the difficulties that arise when trying to separate oneself from a toxic romantic situation.
[You] don't technically always have to fully get over someone… You could still love them from a distance. If people are destructive to you emotionally, that still doesn't mean you can't love them. You just have to learn to take better care of yourself.
Distractions -- LIKE MOAR FLIRTING WIT MOAR BOYS -- are a common remedy to the hetero-lady sadness parade that comes to town on occasion, though Khloé warns it's a quick fix.
I don't think there's one way to get over anybody... I do know if you find another guy to flirt with it's always a little easier, but I think that the issue at hand will still be there.
Khloé Kardashian, y'all. She's the unexpectedly sage Grandmother Willow of the 21st century.
Citations: Khloé Kardashian Feels Conflicted About Her Exes: 'If People Are Destructive to You Emotionally, That Still Doesn't Mean You Can't Love Them' (PEOPLE), Khloe Kardashian Dishes Out Advice on How to Move on From an Ex (E! News), Move On From An Ex (Khloé)