Here's how the Kardashian sisters get over their 'brutal' fights

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Photo credit: Khloé Kardashian - Instagram
Photo credit: Khloé Kardashian - Instagram

We all know the Kardashian-Jenners are no strangers to some in-house feuding. Just take a look at Kim Kardashian's stint on SNL, where she quite literally roasted her whole family. From taking selfies while their sister is getting arrested, to telling each other they're "the least interesting to look at" when it comes to these siblings, it seems the next fight is only ever just around the corner.

Luckily though, whenever the Kardashian-Jenner sisters do get into a disagreement, they know just how to make up afterwards. And, according to Khloe Kardashian's latest interview with Health magazine, there's a very good reason for that. "My sisters have gotten into some brutal, literally punching fights," the 37-year-old admitted, "But you get over it—there's no other option."

She continued: "As kids, family was always at the core of every conversation. No matter what, you support one another. You're allowed to argue and disagree. I could never imagine not speaking to one of my sisters. It just doesn't happen."

It's something that the whole family are keen to pass onto their little ones too. "We're raising the cousins to almost feel like they're siblings," Khloe pointed out, "I don't care if they disagree—that's inevitable. And, of course, I want them to talk through their feelings and feel validated. But there's just no option for us to be separated and not talk to one another."

Khloe also revealed that becoming a parent has made her even closer to her siblings, and her mum, Kris Jenner. "Kourtney was the first one to be a parent. It would be like, 'Why are you late?' But now, it's like, 'OK, I get it.' There are things that you can't understand until you are a parent," the Good American founder said, before adding "My relationship with my mom is so much better, too. I have so much more empathy and compassion—it's like, wait, you had six kids?!"

Read Khloe's full interview here.

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