Watching Rob on last night's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians was definitely difficult to say the least! The clan - Khloe, Kourtney, Rob, Kim, and Kris Jenner - sat down for a therapy session in which a lot of emotions were unleashed.
The siblings, who felt like Kim continuously dismissed Rob's idea for a men's Dash store, were there to speak on Kim's selfishness and the fact that they feel Kim is showed the most favoritism by Kris.
In a candid sit-down, the sisters all speak for Rob. When Rob is finally asked to express how he feels, he breaks down in tears and leaves the room. In the past, he's made it clear he feels as though he has let down the family by having to depend on his sisters and mom, and by not having a definite career path as of yet.
Even though Rob is the baby of the four older siblings, he definitely gets the least of his mom's attention and assistance career-wise. If Rob got half of the attention Kim receives, he might be a billionaire by now. Growing up in an environment where, by the time he graduated college his sisters had basically locked down everything they had ever dreamed of and more, has obviously put immense pressure on him. As the only boy of the family for most of his life, how do you compete with that?
It's weird that, for the most part, his sisters are not sensitive to this. They call him names, particularly "loser," and bash him much more than they support, push, and motivate him. Before Rob walked out on the session, Kim proclaimed that the girls received no help from their mom in regard to the Dash store. C'mon Kim, we all know that Kris Jenner is the machine behind all of their business.
Though they might have still been famous without their mom's corporate savviness, they probably would not have been as filthy stinkin' rich as they are now. Isn't obvious why Rob is feeling insecure in comparison to his sisters, and why he resents Kim so much? I guess as a man, he's expected to do it all on his own...
Kris Jenner is the common denominator in all of these issues and she really could do a lot more to fix them. Business shouldn't come before family and in their world, the two seem to be one and the same.
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