Kourtney Kardashian Shares How She Handles Criticism

Kourtney Kardashian sat down on Monday’s premiere to chat about everything from “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” to turning 40. Since the mom and Poosh founder has had her life documented on TV for more than a decade, she’s lived a lot of her life in the public eye. So, how does she deal with everything that comes along with that?

When asked how she handles “critical things,” Kourtney had this to say: “I think, probably the most out of any of my sisters, I really don’t care what other people think of me as long as I’m confident in myself and what I’m doing.”

She added that she does take certain feedback to heart: “I mean, sometimes things people say are right and it may even make you think, ‘Oh, damn, you know, that outfit I had on was not so cute as I thought it was, or whatever it is.”

When asked if she ever wishes she and her family weren’t in the public eye, Kourtney opened up about the gratitude she feels in her life.

She responded, “Well, I’ve had my moments, but I do think, you know… one thing Khloé always tried to instill in all of us is, let’s wake up and be so grateful. Grateful that I’m filming in my house or going to Khloé’s house for the day or with my sisters, with my mom or with my kids, so I do feel like we all have our moments.”

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