You have to admire how Kourtney keeps a positive attitude despite her tumultuous relationship with Scott. Some would see his rehab stint as the end, but Kourtney thinks their relationship will only get better from here!
When Kourtney Kardashian‘s, longtime boyfriend and father of her three children, Scott Disick, recently checked himself into rehab, many wondered if this would be the final straw for their troubled relationship. But, according to a new report, Kourtney sees Scott’s decision as a step in the right direction for them to salvage their romance together!
Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Relationship: Rehab Will Make Things Better
Kourtney, 35, spoke positively about Scott, 31, and his decision to enter rehab in Costa Rica during a March 21 weekend vacation at the Marquee Dayclub in Las Vegas according to PEOPLE. “He’s doing well. I think the thing that’s most important to me is just his commitment to working on himself. If someone doesn’t want to make changes then that’s really hard.
“He’s learning so much about himself and growing, and so that’s really amazing to see,” she said, adding, “When he’s working on himself, it only betters our relationship.”
Scott’s entry into rehab followed a recent rash of heavy partying overseas. Kourtney had given Scott an ultimatum to stop partying before but it didn’t seem to curtail his bad behavior. On March 14, Scott checked himself into the Rythmia Life Advancement Center in Costa Rica and issued a statement that read, “My issues are bigger than me.”
These issues may not have been as big as he thought because according to a RadarOnline report, he checked himself out of the facility after only twelve hours. Kourtney may have a point – if Scott wants to improve their relationship, he needs to work on himself. But it also seems that it’s harder for someone to make the changes when they don’t want to.
Scott Disick Was Paid To Go To Rehab: Is It All A Publicity Stunt?
But was it all a sham from the start? HollywoodLife.com had the EXCLUSIVE scoop that Scott was paid to go to rehab. Sources tell us EXCLUSIVELY that Scott wasn’t there to seek help but to get paid for the press attention. He “wouldn’t last the full thirty days,” the source claimed, and “no legit rehab facility would send out a press release.” Scott’s paid endorsement of the Rythmia Life Advancement Center brought it the best attention that money can buy.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Scott needs to give rehab a serious try? Will it better his relationship with Kourtney? Let us know your thoughts!
— Jason Brow