Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim was diagnosed with psoriasis. Not everything is as scary as the moth Khloe is suspected that the illness is one that, naturally, Kim hit hard.
Despite their seeming perfection, being diagnosed with the incurable disease that manifests itself in red, scaly patches on the skin, was shocking, but also very brave Kim independent state with the world. I'm sure you know that your experience will be a comfort to others who suffer. So good for her, but the fault is Kris Jenner for his reaction to the diagnosis correct Kim.
I do not know if they are deliberately trying to make Kris seems insensitive, money-hungry mad, who cares less about emotions, his daughters' to make money, but they do it well.
Since the victim herself, you'd think he would be in tune with the concerns of Kim, but he laughed, when Kim showed his psoriasis. Only in a hot environment, the maternal reaction you expect from your mother. Even better was the comforting words like "Oh my God, you're so bad," and points out how difficult it was to be Kim because he is still dating and it was easier, because he was married when she was diagnosed with yourself. Thanks, Mom?
Moreover, in the course of his career, Kim was concerned about a commercial he filmed, is the day after, when his body was covered with psoriasis. Kris was a little 'sympathy, and Kim said he blew the whole "disproportionate" - a commission that was in play, Dammit.
"You have to suck it up," she said. After struggling with Kim about it, she stormed out. "You are so rude," she shouted. "Call me when you calm down, princess."
Um, that is rude?
For someone whose entire career was based on their appearance, I would say from an incurable disease, the reaction of this Kim was actually pretty quiet. Although there are some treatments, there is no cure and can be very bad in some cases.
Fortunately, Kim decided not to let psoriasis keep in the shade. Her makeup was able to successfully cover the spots, and filming went well.
The only problem was that Kris Downer got his way in the final again. "I'm glad we're all back where it should be, and I get my 10 percent," he said.