Kim Kardashian talks about the bipolar disorder of her husband Kanye West

Kim Kardashian says she was in tears when husband Kanye wore West Trump & # 39; s MAGA hat and revealed that he would not take medication for his bipolar disorder

  • Kim Kardashian confirmed that Kanye West is suffering from a bipolar disorder in Vogue's May issue, despite the rapper's claim that he had made a wrong diagnosis in October
  • She explains: & # 39; I think we are good at it now & # 39;
  • The reality star, 38, says West doesn't use medication because & # 39; it changes who he is & # 39;
  • She clarified that West does not identify himself with a political party despite the fact that he saw a MAGA hat with the comment & # 39; he does not represent either party & # 39;
  • Kardashian revealed that she sobbed when West first wore Trump & # 39; s distinctive red hat but didn't care anymore
  • She revealed that she is now studying law and plans to take the bar in 2022

Kim Kardashian West opens up to her husband Kanye West's bipolar disorder and says she was brought to tears when he first wore Trump & # 39; s red Make America Great Again hat.

The famous rapper announced his diagnosis of bipolar disorder to the world last summer, even with a scratchy & hate to be bipolar. It's great & # 39; on his latest album cover. He later told Trump that he was diagnosed incorrectly and experienced sleep deprivation instead.

Kim clarified that Kanye again accepted the bipolar diagnosis.

& # 39; I think we are good at it now, & # 39; said Kardashian.

& # 39; It is certainly an emotional process. At the moment everything is really calm. But we can certainly feel that episodes are coming, and we know how to deal with it, & the reality star added.

Kim Kardashian opened the bipolar disorder of her husband Kanye West in Vogue & # 39; s May issue

Kim Kardashian opened the bipolar disorder of her husband Kanye West in Vogue & # 39; s May issue

& # 39; I think we are good at it now, & # 39; Kim said on her husband's diagnosis and added that he is not taking any medication because & # 39; it just changes who he is & # 39;

& # 39; I think we are good at it now, & # 39; Kim said on her husband's diagnosis and added that he is not taking any medication because & # 39; it just changes who he is & # 39;

& # 39; I think we are good at it now, & # 39; Kim said on her husband's diagnosis and added that he is not taking any medication because & # 39; it just changes who he is & # 39;

The upcoming mother of the four revealed that medication is not an option for the West because he doesn't like it changing & who he is & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Medication is not an option for him because it simply changes who he is. He travels a lot, so he doesn't travel as much as before. But frankly, I never want to speak for him because I'm not in his mind, & she said.

She admitted that it was & # 39; painful & # 39; is to read responses online and blame her for Kanye & # 39; s setbacks and statements.

& # 39; I think some of the harmful things I read online. . . . What is she doing? She's not stopping him. . . . As if it is my fault if he does or says something that they disagree with? That's my husband. I share every opinion I have and let him know when I think something is wrong. Or when it comes down to being in the middle of a bipolar episode, I'll do everything to support the situation and calm it down, "she added.

The reality star went on to clarify that Kanye has no political party to which he focuses.

In October 2018, West, dressed in a MAGA hat, told Donald Trump during a meeting at the Oval Office that he had made an incorrect diagnosis with bipolar disorder and simply had a lack of sleep.

In October 2018, West, dressed in a MAGA hat, told Donald Trump during a meeting at the Oval Office that he had made an incorrect diagnosis with bipolar disorder and simply had a lack of sleep.

In October 2018, West, dressed in a MAGA hat, told Donald Trump during a meeting at the Oval Office that he had made an incorrect diagnosis with bipolar disorder and simply had a lack of sleep.

The Vogue feature with the title & # 39; Awakening Kim Kardashian West & # 39; shows the reality star who presents herself in various glamorous dresses with her children North, five, Saint, three and Chicago, one

The Vogue feature with the title & # 39; Awakening Kim Kardashian West & # 39; shows the reality star who presents herself in various glamorous dresses with her children North, five, Saint, three and Chicago, one

The Vogue feature with the title & # 39; Awakening Kim Kardashian West & # 39; shows the reality star who presents herself in various glamorous dresses with her children North, five, Saint, three and Chicago, one

The couple made remarkable stops to the White House to visit Trump – in Kim's case to argue for Alice Marie Johnson's leniency and in Kanye's # 39; s to talk about politics and launch a bizarre tirade .

& # 39; He does not represent either party. But he doesn't want to be told what he should be. It can be confusing. I get it. The only thing I have so much respect for is that he is who he is, no matter what someone tries to tell him, & Kardashian revealed.

She revealed that when the Stronger rapper started to wear Trump's red MAGA hat, it brought her to tears.

& # 39; I can sit there crying: OH, MY GOD! TAKE THE RED HAT OFF! Because he really is the sweetest person with the biggest heart. However, I stopped worrying, & she said.

& # 39; Because I used to care so much. I made it so & # 39; n problem in our relationship. And in my life. It gave me so much fear, she added.

In the Vogue interview, the starlet revealed her plans to study law

She was inspired by her fight for justice for Alice Marie Johnson, who was sentenced to life imprisonment with no chance of conditional release after she was convicted of federal drug and money laundering practices she had not pleaded guilty for.

Last summer, Kardashian decided to start a four-year internship at a law firm in San Francisco and plans to take the bar in 2022.

She has been working for months with the co-founders of # cut50, a national dual advocacy group on criminal law reform, visiting prisons, petitioning governors, and attending White House meetings.

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