The Kardashians tend to get a lot of criticism for their lavish lifestyle.
But just because someone's rich and famous, it doesn't mean they're immune to stress and anxiety.
In fact, keeping up with that lifestyle is what fuels anxious thoughts, and that's exactly what new mom Khloe Kardashian is facing.
After giving birth to her daughter, True, in April, Khloe has had to face many difficult obstacles.
First, she had to make a decision about her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson.
She was relentlessly criticized on social media for staying with Tristan after he cheated on her days before she gave birth.
Also, mom life has not been an easy task for Khloe. That being said, she has been trying her best.
The 34-year-old reality star opened up about her breastfeeding struggles.
“I don’t produce enough milk, I also have to give a bottle with every feeding,” she explained on a Twitter post in early June, before she had to make the full switch to baby formula.
"I had to stop [breastfeeding] it was really hard for me to stop (emotionally) but it wasn’t working for my body. Sadly," she recently shared with her fans.
Now Khloe is heading back to work, and revealed that she has fears and anxieties to leave her 3-month-old child for extended periods of time.
"Women do it every single day, so I know I'll get through it—I'm just anxious because it's the unknown. But, I'm so fortunate and blessed that I have a job where I'm allowed to bring my daughter pretty often. I know how fortunate I am. However, I also think it's important to get my old 'normal' back together while incorporating my new one," Khloe explained on her website and app.
Khloe revealed that her first day back to work was not easy, but she knows things will fall into place soon.
“The days leading up to my very first day back were tough, but once I started going through the motions, everything fell into place. It's like riding a bike!" Khloe continued.
And as for her first day back, she said, "True was perfect while I was gone. Plus, coming home was soooo much fun — I acted like I hadn't seen her in forever!"
“It's way harder on me than it is for her, LOL— she doesn't even know what's happening! I've never had to juggle a baby and work at the same time, so it'll be interesting to see how I'll learn to handle everything,” she added.
Did you feel nervous when you had to return to work shortly after giving birth to your baby?
[H/T: E! News]