Kim Kardashian is contemplating the fallout from her divorce from Kanye West.
After divorcing the rapper, 46, in 2021, the reality star, 42, claimed to her sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner on Thursday's edition of The Kardashians that she "jumped into another relationship so fast" with Pete Davidson.
"It got my mind away from stuff and that's not a way to run from things," she said.
She then moulded a new mantra, telling her sisters, "It's better to deal. Heal…Deal, heal and then feel."
Even though her ex-husband was the subject of controversy, Kim admitted that she doesn't want to view her experience "negatively."
"I'm not going to take every experience and bad thing that happened to me and carry that into my life," she explained. "What am I supposed to be learning from this? How is this going to make me a better person?"
The mother of four sobbed in front of her sister Khloé Kardashian on last week's programme over Kanye's tantrums.
"It sucks when someone doesn’t see how different they are," she explained in a confessional. "I always will [keep looking for that person.] You'll always hope you’ll see a glimpse of them, and I hope I do."
Kim continued, "It's really confusing for me, it’s so different from the person that I married. That’s who I loved and that’s who I remember. I'll do anything to get that person back."
"I feel so bad for him," she continued. "I don’t even think he feels bad for himself because I don’t even think he knows how," she said, indicating that she hasn’t spoken to Kanye about his antisemitic online rants over fears "he'll probably go off on me."
After six years of marriage, Kim and Kanye split back in March 2022.