Khloe is keenly aware that Lamar is eager to win her back and even begin a family with her. But the ‘KUWTK’ star has her doubts, and she’s worried that she’ll be the one to hurt Lamar this time around, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Khloe Kardashian reminds us of Superwoman because she’s totally brave and can handle just about anything! But the 29-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is struggling with whether she’s ready to take ex Lamar Odom back, and she’s afraid that no matter what decision she makes, “someone will get hurt.”
Khloe Kardashian Hurting Lamar Odom Again? — Why She’s Worried
Fresh off the heels of dumping French Montana, 29, Khloe, 30, already has a new suitor and it’s none other than her estranged husband, Lamar, 34. But while she’s contemplating giving their marriage another chance, she’s worried that she could end up breaking Lamar’s heart.
“Whether she takes Lamar back will be a huge decision and no matter what she decides, someone will get hurt,” a source close to Khloe reveals EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com.
As for who specifically could be hurt in this situation, our source says, “Lamar, for starters, should she not want to continue.” The source informs us that the rest of the Kardashian clan has “mixed opinions that Khloe would rather not hear.”
Why Khloe Kardashian Doesn’t Want To Keep Lamar Odom Waiting
Khloe isn’t the type of woman who leads men on and we’re told that she certainly wouldn’t do that to Lamar. That’s why she knows she’s got one helluva decision to make — and fast!
“When she’s pressed with life-changing situations like this one, it stresses her the f**k out,” the source candidly says. “The last
thing she wants to do is keep Lamar waiting around on her.”
“She’d rather him find another woman and be happy and in love with someone else than to wait on her,” the insider adds. “But she does love him and knows he wants to have a relationship — she’s just not sure yet.”
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think Khloe should give Lamar another chance? Let us know!
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