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The Relationship Issue by Kardashian-Jenner Clan.

Updated on April 2, 2019
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Engelta loves to talk and study in depth the self-esteem issues, as well as how to improve and cherish relationships.

The Kardashian-Jenner family has been for the last couple of years the most googled one worldwide. They are perceived as a family that is famous for nothing. However, what most of us sometimes fail to realize, it is that they have a family and business work ethic, so sick, that have made them rich and famous.The Kardashians first began building their own brand by handling a clothing store called “Dash” and attending photoshoots.

Let people be who they want to be.
We always praise to support our family members, our friends or whoever is around us, to be the best version of themselves. I first, forget to do this every day. It may be because we are so fast to judge others than we judge ourselves. The very first thing the Kardashian-Jenner family taught me was this: support other people. Everyone needs a little reminder that they are loved and appreciated for who they are. Nobody will ever change or do something differently because we want them to. They will do things their own way and we will do things our own way. I am not satisfied when a friend or a stranger judges me, so why should others be? When we support others, they will support us. And maybe just then, the change will come. Bruce changed to Caitlyn and that was hard to his family to accept at first. It was hard for them to approve his change, but they did support him no matter what. If they would not support him, maybe we would yet see a Bruce and not a Caitlyn. However he would be devastated. If no one supported us, we would not have done half of the things we have.

Communication is the key to healthy relationships.
We should be sincere about our feelings, about what hurts us and we should learn to say ‘sorry’. If others do not get it or do not change their reaction, then we can come back to them by making them feel the same way we do. When Bruce Jenner [now Caitlyn] wanted his own space for his plane toys and other stuff, Kriss projected for him a large garage so he could even live in it. Kriss then went on taking the most part of the garage for herself, leaving Bruce with a small space to use for his own stuff. Bruce fought back by spreading all his stuff: plane toys, golf balls, etc, all over Mrs. Jenner’s studio at home. Did Kriss realize how Bruce felt when she invaded his space? Of course she did, so she made sure Bruce would own a larger space of the garage for his own things.

Make time to bond with your family.
Social media has taken the world over by storm. Everyone this days is talking to their phones and not putting phones down even when they meet someone else or have a meal. Few are those who manage to have a nice conversation with their families and friends. The Kardashian-Jenner family is all about social media and that is partially because they treat it like business. Even though they are mostly working on their phones, they set up rules of making time to bond with their family. No phones during family events, no phone on dinner tables, no phone when going out all together, it is a rule that we all should follow. The family makes sure to celebrate all the big days together like Thanksgiving, birthdays, Christmas, New Years and make those days special. They also take vacations as a family to cherish memories and bond with each-other.

A small deed may mean the world to someone else.
Charity is the answer to help others in need. We should give something to people that do not have and maybe will not ever have what we own. Not everyone in this world has had the opportunities and blessings that you have had, so giving back to them will only make your star shine brighter and make those people pass another day. I have witnessed the Kardashian-Jenners clean their wardrobes, creating a huge pile of clothes, such amount that I will never really own with all the means I have. However, they do not throw it away but they do donate those clothes to non-profit charities. They also share non-profit charity organizations in their social media, or attend the charities events once in a while to attract their fans attention. Maybe we could not donate a huge amount of clothes, but we can surely donate whatever we choose to throw away and we can also share a post on social media to alert our own readers. A little goes a long way, especially for the ones in need.

People will love you and people will hate you and that has nothing to do with you.
Once you realize this, you are free. Every feeling we have is ours. We can shape them however we want to, it is really all in our minds and hearts, so why bother for what other people feel of you if you are not feeling the same way? Haters gonna hate, so it leaves you with two choices: you either brush it off so you can move on, or you fall into that abyss. Unpleasant things happen all the time, like that event where Kim has to do an appearance and answer some journalists’ questions. In the middle of an interview she got thrown at her a whole bowl of white powder. Kim went backstage, brushed it all off of herself and came out again continuing the interview. She smiled “I asked my makeup artists to touch up my makeup, but I did not think they would bring so much powder.”

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    • dashingscorpio profile image


      9 months ago

      The Kardashians rise to fame began with a scandalous sex tape with top notch production value featuring Kim. This was not some amateur hand held camera work or poorly lit production.

      Chris (mom) also their manager found ways to capitalize and monetize her newfound fame via social media. Once anyone has over a million followers they are in a position to become an "influencer" whereby corporations will pay them to mention their products or have them shown on the celebrity's social media sites.

      Ryan Seacrest (friend) put Kim and her sisters together for a show titled "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" which garnered the lesser known siblings more attention. In addition they've mastered the art of keeping their names in the news by dating famous athletes, rappers, wearing next to nothing clothing, or in Kim's case going fully nude on several occasions.

      It's important to remember they came from a rich family to begin with. Their father was a prominent attorney and they socialized with the Hiltons, Jacksons, O.J. & Nicole Simpson...etc. Chris's second husband was world famous Olympic gold medalist Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner whose net worth is estimated at $100M.

      Attractive rich girls with connections and a willingness to expose themselves are major pluses to the Kardashian business model but it was social media that really changed the game.

      Kim alone has 133 million followers on Instagram, 60 million followers on Twitter, and 1.4 million YouTube subscribers.

      With that much "fandom" she has a built in model for success for releasing books, cosmetics, perfumes, waist trainers, and other assorted items or get paid several hundreds of thousands of dollars for subtly pitching and using products via her social media.

      The Kardashians have mastered the art of "branding".


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