Should Khloe Kardashian Stop Worrying About Lamar?

By Mack Rawden 2 years ago
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Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom havenít secured lawyers yet. Ending their marriage isnít nearly as important as making sure he doesnít overdose, but apparently, that unwillingness to officially sever ties doesnít mean Khloe is still actively trying to save her estranged husband. In fact, sheís apparently done with holding interventions.

According to E! Online, Khloe is focusing on herself right now. Sheís trying to find ways to be happy, and members of her family are supporting her in that quest. Initially, Kris Jenner and company were reportedly very encouraging that the relationship could be saved, but after the failed intervention, the DUI arrest, the almost immediate exodus from rehab and all the other problems, theyíve realized maybe Khloe would be better off bailing, especially when heís apparently not interested in saving the marriage.

On the one hand, itís easy to see how they came to that conclusion. Khloe needs to be happy. She canít spend every single night sitting up and worrying about where Lamar is. She did that for large portions of two entire years, and the past few months have reportedly been the worst theyíve ever been. A wife can only do so much to try and save her husband. Ultimately, itís on him to try and get his shit together.

On the other hand, however, if Khloe isnít going to look out for Lamar, who is? He needs someone to keep at him and offer him love right now more than ever. If sheís already bailing, what are the chances anyone other than bad influences and users will remain? Besides, if neither of them have gone to divorce attorneys, theyíre still married in the eyes of the law and after so many years together, there are clearly a lot of feelings still in play.

What do you think? Should Khloe try to stop worrying about Lamar? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll belowÖ

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