Kim Kardashian sees therapist who 'deals in child psychology' to meet challenges of being a single mom
Kim revealed that while she doesn't see a therapist for herself, she does so when it comes to her children
LOS ANGELES, CALIOFORNIA: Kim Kardashian doesn't hesitate to admit when she needs a little assistance.
In an interview with GQ for their Men of the Year cover story, the 43-year-old SKIMS founder discussed her parenting approach. She revealed that while she doesn't see a therapist for herself, she does so when it comes to her children.
Kim has a therapist that 'only deals in child psychology'
"I tried a little bit before my marriage ended," Kardashian said of therapy. "I do have a therapist that only deals in child psychology that I talk to to get parenting tips and advice. Sometimes I feel challenged by parenting," as reported by People.
Kardashian is the mother of four children from her marriage to Kanye West: son Psalm, 4, and Saint, 7, and daughters Chicago, 5, and North, 10.
The celebrity talked candidly about her daughter North in an early November episode of 'The Kardashians', stating that she looks for "small things" to connect with each of her children.
"North is really special and smart and creative and definitely beats to her own drum. Her personality is really, really silly," she said.
"It's so interesting because her temperament as a child is the same now. You definitely just come out your own person," she shared.
'North is my lesson on this planet'
"Kourtney always says North is my lesson on this planet. It means I'm supposed to learn more patience. She teaches me patience. She has taught me a lot about life."
Kim 'still learning how to be a single parent'
Kardashian discussed how she's been adjusting to being a single mother to her four children earlier this fall. She said, "I think I'm still learning how to be a single parent," during a 'The Kardashians' episode.
"I just did the Jay Shetty podcast where I spoke about parenting, and I mean, I should be used to it by now, but everyone had a lot to say," she went on, alluding to critiques of her remarks about having trouble managing her time even with domestic assistance.
She added, "The struggles that my kids go through really have nothing to do with the amount of help that I have."
She added, "Obviously, having nannies and a chef to help cook is beyond helpful. It's all about family and enjoying these moments. It takes a village to raise kids, but at the end of the day, your kids only want you."
Kardashian explained, "The one thing that everyone has in common is just the amount of time that we have. I'm raising four kids and I split my time between my work, my family, my four kids and I want to make sure that my kids have 90% of that."