Even though they’ve had their fair share of differences along with plenty of arguments and fights in the past, it appears as though Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have made great strides in their relationship. As a matter of fact, both Kardashian and Disick have revealed that they have been attending therapy sessions together in order to help make them better parents to their three children: Mason, 9, Penelope, 6, and 4-year-old Reign Aston.
According to People Magazine, Kardashian opened up about her therapy sessions on her new lifestyle blog, Poosh. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star admits that while things aren’t always clear and easy between her and her ex, both have made a huge effort to do what’s best for their three children. Kardashian says that the therapy has helped make them better co-parents, especially now that they are dating other people.
Kardashian wrote, “I think the hardest part [of co-parenting] was when we both started new relationships. ‘Cause that caused fights between you and I about introducing the kids.”
Scott Disick is currently dating model Sofia Richie while Kourtney Kardashian was previously in a relationship with her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Younes Bendjima. At first, both Disick and Kardashian had a hard time dealing with the fact that there were other people involved in their new blended and modern family. However, Kardashian admits that therapy has not only helped them talk through their problems, but also make them better communicators.
Kardashian said that she hit a low point when she found out that Disick introduced their three children to his new girlfriend Sofia Richie without her consent. The reality television star even complained to her sister Kim Kardashian about it in an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Meanwhile, Disick sought the advice of family matriarch Kris Jenner. She pointed out that the situation was unfair towards Disick, given the fact that her daughter introduced her children to her boyfriend before speaking to him about it. “I don’t understand why she can introduce her boyfriend to the kids but you can’t introduce your girlfriend,” she said. “She’s my daughter and I don’t want to go against her, but I see your point, too. So I would just ask, ‘Why isn’t it mutual?’”
Thankfully, the exes have managed to get past the situation and are now not only better friends, but better parents. Disick said that while he doesn’t always see eye-to-eye with his ex-girlfriend, they do their best to get along.
He added, “I couldn’t imagine raising three children with somebody I couldn’t speak to every day.”