Khloe Kardashian hasn’t totally ruled out giving marriage another go, but for right now, she doesn’t “feel a sense of urgency” to jump back into the dating game.
The Good American designer recently opened up to divorce attorney Laura Wasser on the podcast Divorce Sucks!, where the host asked Kardashian, 34, about her current relationship status and whether or not she was open to trying out marriage again.
Kardashian admitted that she would be open to tying the knot again, but after her divorce from her ex-husband Lamar Odom, and her split from ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson — with whom she shares 13-month-old daughter True Thompson — the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is taking things slow.
“Sadly, maybe I’ll have another really good break up album for myself,” the reality star joked in a TMZ clip of the interview after briefly chatting about Adele, who recently filed for divorce from her husband.
But despite everything she has been through in her past relationships, Kardashian told Wasser that she has taught herself how to “be okay.”
“I’ve learned from my first ex-husband that it’s going to be okay,” the star said of her past relationship with Odom, who recently admitted to all of his marriage wrong-doings in his new memoir, From Darkness To Light.
She continued, “But Lamar was so hard for me because that was the first time I really had my heart broken and I think that me knowing that I could survive that, and like it’s gonna be okay and life gets better. I always look at life from a positive perspective. I would have rather had those moments that I had of greatness and had to lose it than to have never experienced it ever.”
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It’s been five years since Kardashian split from Odom after a tumultuous four-year marriage, but the NBA champion says he still has regrets about how things ended with his ex.
“I wish I could have been more of a man,” Odom, who admitted to being unfaithful during his relationship with the Keeping Up star and also hid from her his addiction to cocaine, told PEOPLE in an exclusive interview. “It still bothers me to this day. But regret is something we have to learn to live with.”
After their divorce