Khloé Kardashian Schools Everyone on How to Get Over an Ex

Referencing who many feel is her ex Lamar Odom, Khloé said you can't keep loving people who are "destructive to you emotionally."

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Just because Khloé Kardashian's talk show was canceled doesn't mean she's done doling out advice. Donning a mud mask and wearing her hair in a bun, she sat down with her computer Tuesday night and got real about getting over a relationship

Khloé responded to a fan's question with a video she posted to her website, which requires a subscription. "I don't believe that there is a timeline for grieving or healing or getting over someone or something," she said in a matter of fact tone.

She encouraged people to work through things on their own schedule, explaining, "Some loves are really just harder to get over than others."

But when it came to concrete advice, Khloé​ said, "The busier you are, the less you're going to think about something, so try to consume your thoughts with productive things." She listed off several ways for people to stay busy, whether that meant finding a hobby or spending more time with family and friends. "The more alone you are the more you think about something, you're just going to over think and our brains play tricks on us, which is never healthy," she said.

Khloé​ is no stranger to moving on. She's been dating since filing for divorce from her husband Lamar Odom in December 2013. Even though she called off the proceedings in October 2015 following his hospitalization, she continued to see boyfriend James Harden. They split in February, according to Entertainment Tonight.

She seemed to be referencing her relationship with Lamar when she said that sometimes you don't have to fully get over someone. "It's okay to move on from them but you could still love them from a distance," she said. "If people are destructive to you emotionally, that doesn't mean you can still love them. You just have to learn to take better care of yourself."

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