By now, everyone is probably aware of the recent split between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick. However, many fans are not shocked because the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars have been down this road many, many times before. Most fans would probably be shocked if Kourtney finally decides to walk away for good. But, even after all that has happened this time, that still may not be the case, according to Hollywood Life.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Scott’s excessive partying, alleged substance abuse, and cheating scandal with ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli all contributed to Kourtney’s recent decision to kick Scott out of their home. Several news outlets reported that the mother-of-three had reportedly grown tired of Scott’s tactless habits, but an insider is now sharing a different perspective.
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The source, which is said to be a person close to the couple, has revealed to People magazine that Kourtney is already considering the possibility of taking Scott back yet again because she’s “unsure” about the decision she’s made. Apparently, her decision to kick Scott out wasn’t exactly a final call where the future of their relationship is concerned.
“Scott is not totally out of the picture,” a source told People. “She hasn’t made a final decision. Right now, she’s just living day to day. She’s not begging him to see the kids, but she also hasn’t definitively said ‘I’m never letting him back again.'”
According to the source, the 36-year-old is putting things into perspective and taking a serious look at the challenges she’ll face as a single mother to three children.
“For the first time, she’s taking a hard look at what her new reality could look like,” the source continued. “Before, she just assumed nothing would really change, but now there’s a strong possibility of life without him, and that’s a scary thought for her. She was doing most of the work already, but at the end of the day, she would still turn into a single mom of three kids.”
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