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Dealing With Online Bullies? Here's How to Handle It Like Khloé Kardashian

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By Mimz

Khloé Kardashian is one of the most popular people on the entire planet. Her world-famous sisters and family have dominated the media for years since the launch of their reality TV series, "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" which first aired in 2007. Since then, people have attributed their fame to all sorts of things, from men to superficial social media posts. One thing is for sure, they know how to not only grab the spotlight but how to keep it.

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All of this fame and attention doesn't come without consequences. Social media presence has become a necessity for celebrities and entertainers. This means posting consistently and also opening yourself up to the criticism of millions of people. The Kardashians are an easy bunch to pick on. A lot of people think they're famous for no reason and therefore don't deserve their good fortune. However, a lot of these same people can't keep their eyes off of their social media pages, resulting in thousands of mean and straight up harsh comments on the family's pictures and posts.

Why Is Everyone Yelling?


So what has Khloe Kardashian even been criticized for? The 35-year-old has been mom-shamed, accused of plastic surgery and promoting unhealthy dieting techniques, and for just being too conceited. She's also dealt with very public spats between not only her other family members but partner Tristan Thompson who she also shares a daughter, True, with. Thompson has cheated on the reality star multiple times, once allegedly with Kylie Jenner's ex-BFF Jordyn Woods.

Of course, the public got to watch all of this unfold and criticized the star for her treatment of Woods and her decisions regarding taking Thompson back.

Tackle Bullies By Turning Off Comments


It's clear that Khloe Kardashian has dealt with her fair share of criticism. One way the new mom handles it is by turning off social media comments every now and then. "It’s good to take a break and to disconnect because it doesn’t matter in my real world,” she told E! News in 2018. She appear to have grown used to internet bullies but she knows that it's good to completely relieve yourself of the harshness at times, no matter how self-confident you are.

Take It One Day at a Time

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Cutting off the negativity is even more important to Kardashian now that she has a daughter. She took a social media break around the time True was born after seeing people say cruel things about her only daughter.

It's never the "right" or "wrong" time to take a social media break or turn off comments. It's all up to how you feel and whether or not your online presence is negatively affecting your mental health. If it is, take a page out of Kardashian's book and shut out the noise for a while. It'll all still be there waiting for you when you get back.

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