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Bruce Jenner Fears Daughters Are Working Too Hard & Losing Their Souls

Fri, March 13, 2015 8:48pm EDT by Chris Rogers 9 Comments

Bruce feels ‘separated’ from his daughter and he’s blaming it all on their careers. In fact, has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Bruce thinks the girls are working too hard and losing their souls in the process!

The Kardashians love to make money, but apparently, it’s costing them their relationships with certain family members. Bruce Jenner, who feels “separated” from his daughter as of late, believes they have more money than they can spend in a lifetime and the girls shouldn’t be so focused on their careers. Because they are, he believes they’re losing their souls.

Bruce Jenner: Daughters Working Too Hard — He Feels Separated From Family

“Bruce understands they’re busy and have their own lives, but how much money does one need to survive? He feels like all the girls are working too hard, making too much money — more than they could ever spend in a lifetime — and losing their souls in the process. He didn’t raise them that way. He raised them to put family first and he thinks everyone in the family, specifically the Kardashians, is failing him,” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY.

We totally understand where Bruce is coming from. The girls do work very hard, but they’re providing for their families and future generations. Plus, it seems like they all — Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian, as well as Kylie and Kendall Jennerenjoy working. Perhaps they can find some sort of compromise and take a bit more time off. That way, the girls can hang out with Bruce more often.

Bruce Jenner Admits He ‘Feels Separated’ From Family

Bruce actually talks pretty in-depth about his feelings during season 10 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, according to E! Online. You can see a sneak peek of his confessions below.

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are the Kardashians and Jenner working too hard and losing their souls? Vote in our poll and tell us how you feel!

— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray