These don’t have to be easy days for Scott Disick. Maybe he was hoping that the engagement between Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker would not materialize, instead for a few hours the two are officially husband and wife.
In addition to saying (definitively?) Goodbye to the love of his life now he finds himself in the difficult situation of having to manage relations with the entire Kardashian clan which he considers his second family in all respects. As seen in the latest episode The Kardashian, Scott did not take well the exclusion from some family events and, on the contrary, emphasized how he felt ill wanted and no longer a welcome person.
Leaving aside the somewhat “drama queen” trend that Kourtney Kardashian’s ex is adopting to deal with this whole situation, are his reasons really valid? In short: Does a person still have the right to date with their ex’s family? I think the only valid answer when it comes to this topic is only one: no. However, it is also true that there are extenuating circumstances that, instead, could lead us to say yes. While the eldest of the Kardashian sisters avoids talking to her ex about her, except when absolutely necessary, Scott remains the father of her children and thus can fully claim a role in the family. Also, as seen in all 20 seasons of Keeping up with the Kardashian, Disick does not have a good relationship with his parents and being welcomed into the Kardashian-Jenner household has allowed him to have that warmth and family affection he has always lacked. And all the other sisters, especially Khloè and Kendall, are very fond of him and continue to attend him assiduously even now.
However, with this wedding just celebrated, it seems clear enough that things need to change. So, a couple of tips for our Scott: give up family events, unless they are very crowded and for very special occasions (example: weddings or Kris Jenner’s legendary Christmas party); stop playing the victim because the situation, for those in between, is not easy and Kourtney has every right to live her relationship peacefully, without the fear of being able to offend someone and, finally, continue to date everyone but separately or, at least, in circumstances that make it unnecessary to invite the ex.
Also, let’s face it: the effusions between Kourtney and Travis literally annoy anyone and they never miss an opportunity to embarrass the poor unfortunates who find themselves assisting, so Scott, having every reason in the world to relieve yourself from these situations, take advantage and save yourself. You will have the understanding of everyone and, above all, no one will dream of telling you that you are a cumbersome and intrusive presence.
What do you think of it? Should Scott step aside or not?
Source: Vanity Fair