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The 37-year-old, who has spoken candidly about her own struggles about her appearance, has urged that people refrain from calling her daughter, three, ‘big’ when they mean ‘tall.’
“When it comes to food — I had so many issues. It wasn’t from one person, I guess just from society or how people critiqued my body. So, I don’t play when it comes to True.
“She’s very tall. People will always say, ‘she’s so big.’ And I’ll say, ‘Oh, she’s so tall.’ I try to make them be more descriptive.
“I know what an adult means when they say that, but I don’t want her to misinterpret that.”
Khloe, who shares adorable True with her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson, continued that while True has already developed quite a “tough” exterior, she wants her daughter to be able to talk about her feelings.
“If that’s who she is, I’m not trying to make her not be that way,” she said in her cover interview with Health magazine. “But sometimes, I’ll notice she may bump into something.
“I’ll say, ‘Are you OK, Tu-Tu?’ And she’ll say yes and kind of brush it off. I do try to always tell her that it’s OK if she cries or if something is wrong.”
Khloe has spoken out about the extreme levels of trolling she’s received on social media, to the point that she’s found herself feeling quite damaged by the comments.
"My soul is at a breaking point in regards to the public thinking they're allowed to talk about my weight, my face, my personal life," she said as reported by Buzzfeed.
"Actually, I don't want to hear this anymore.
"I've always been incredibly open with this show and my life, but I just don't think I have it in me anymore. It's not healthy for my spirit."
It’s little wonder that the reality TV star is looking to be more protective over her daughter.
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