Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom Are Definitely Getting Divorced — Again

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Khloé Kardashian, reality maven and Buddhist nun-esque relationship guru, has once again filed for divorce from her husband Lamar Odom.

According to a report from TMZ, Kardashian filed on Thursday, "claiming — as she did the first time — irreconcilable differences." Ah, irreconcilable differences: a fan fave

TMZ's sources added that "there is a prenup and the two worked out a property settlement the first time around, so now it's just a waiting game."

The (very long) road to this divorce has been paved with a notable amount of drama, even for a Kardashian.

Kardashian first filed back in December 2013. But then! Just as the divorce was about to become final last fall, Odom was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel after reportedly overdosing. So Kardashian decided to call off the divorce and nurse him back to health, like the selfless, Buddhist nun-esque relationship guru that she is.

Since then, Kardashian has spoken out about the end of her marriage, exploring her feelings on spirituality and divorce in Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter earlier this month.

"At my core, I don't believe in divorce, but I came to a point in my marriage where I had to make the choice to take care of my own mental and emotional well-being in order to protect myself and my happiness," she wrote. "I am at peace with that decision and do feel like I honored my vows to the very end."

Earlier this week, Kardashian doled out another pearl of relationship wisdom on her blog, which hinted at her plans to make the split official.

"You don't technically always have to fully get over someone. It's okay to move on from them, but you can still love them from a distance," she wrote. "If people are destructive to you emotionally, that still doesn't mean you can't love them — you just have to learn to take better care of yourself."

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Nicolas DiDomizio

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