She spoke with divorce lawyer extraordinaire Laura Wasser on her podcast, “Divorce Sucks!” which drops Monday, saying that she “monitors the energy” she puts out around True, who, at only 13 months old, “can still pick up on bad vibes,” reports TMZ.
Which is why she invited Tristan to True's first birthday party last month. “I do everything in my power, True is like 1 and a month old, so she doesn’t really know what’s happening, but to me she does know, and she feels energy,” Khloe explained. [I don’t] want heavy energy around her even if that feels bohemian to people.”
She says she just wants True to look back at her childhood memories and know her father was there, despite what happened between him and Khloe.
Khloe may sound bananas to some, but she’s actually onto something. In fact, The Guardian reports that “babies as young as six months can distinguish between good and bad people,” and can observe “characters being helpful or unhelpful.” And that includes people’s energy.
“Scientists had thought that social judgments developed with language at about 18 months to two years old. But the results suggest that the ability to make moral judgments has innate foundations and is not just learned from parents,” says the report.
Modern Mom says, “The type of energy that goes back and forth between you and your kids is something we can’t see or measure, but we all know it’s there.” That energy can determine how your child behaves.
“The important thing to know, if you are interested in becoming a better parent, is that your energy influences your child’s energy, and the same is true in reverse,” says the report. “What you should try to avoid is pouring gasoline on the fire started by ‘bad energy.’”
So, good for Khloe. She's aware of the energy she's putting around True — even if that means she has to deal with cheating Tristan.
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