Khloe Kardashian may have felt as if she was left out in the cold when her marriage ended. Then having to sell their mansion clearly made her feel as if she lost her footing. Despite lots more money from the house sale, it does not seem to be a comfort. According to Forbes, Jan. 28, 2014: 'Big Bang Theory' Star Kaley Cuoco Reportedly Buys Khloe Kardashian And Lamar Odom's Estate. When a love nest goes, it feels as if there is no place to call home. As ABC News reported on Jan. 27, 2014: Khloe Kardashian on 'KUWTK': 'I'm Kind of Living Out of My Car.’
ABC News reported her as saying:
"I've basically thrown all my bare necessities into some suitcases and I'm kind of living out of my car right now," she said. "Literally my car has duffle bags on duffle bags on duffle bags in it.”
Loss of marriage and home: Psychiatrists weigh in
It is no secret that when a marriage ends there is a feeling of profound loss, even if both parties agree to the divorce. Two psychiatrists designed a life adjustment and scale in 1967 that is still the gold standard for emotional assessment, the Holmes and Rahe stress scale. Death of someone close equals 100 points. Divorce comes in second place at 73 points. And for a change in residence, add another 20 points. For Khloe, life is indeed stressful.
The pregnancy twist
It was also a shock to read this week that Khloe avoided becoming pregnant, as much as she wanted a child, because her marriage was so rocky. Watching this all play out on KUWTK must indeed be painful for her. (See link at the end.)
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