Scott Disick is taking decisive steps to achieve his mental and emotional well-being.
Disick had already sought treatment at a rehab center earlier this year to “work on his past traumas,” said his lawyer Marty Singer. Now, the reality TV series Keeping Up with the Kardashians shares a moment when Disik announced his decision to ex-partner Kourtney Kardashian two months after the coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic.
During an intimate conversation, 37-year-old Disik says that "because of everything that happens, I'm just tired."
“In my opinion, I think I wasted all this time, I cannot have time alone with myself. I just can't deal with the fact that there is really nothing to do and in truth, I was starting to feel more and more anxious, more and more depressed - as if I was going to do something bad if I didn't figure something out. or I won't get out of this situation,”says Disick, who was dating Sofia Richie at the time. "I think now is the time to work on it."
Although Disick goes to therapy weekly, he tells 41-year-old Kardashian that he "hasn't got any improvement and I never feel happy."
“Like, I just misbehaved with my parents,” he tells his ex, “or didn't spend enough time with them. And I just want to be the best person I can be for my family."
After being told by several people about an institution “that specifically treats past trauma,” Disick asks Kardashian if it's okay for him to go to rehab while she takes care of their three children: sons Mason, 10, and Reina, 5 years old, and daughter Penelope, 8.