Scott Disick: No Booze Until Kourtney Kardashian Gives Birth?
Scott Disick has apparently sworn off booze until after baby mama Kourtney Kardashian gives birth to the couple’s third child in December. Boy, does that give Kourtney something to look forward to. Not only will she be a mom of three with a new baby at home, but her hubby will be out drinking while she mans the fort–yet again. This sounds like history repeating itself–don’t you think?
“He stopped drinking cold turkey — and promised he won’t drink again until after Kourtney gives birth,” a source said. “Scott knew he had hit rock bottom.”
Scott Disick’s ‘rock bottom’ was a hospitalization in June for alcohol poisoning.
“[Kourtney] told him that was the last straw,” the source added.
The first video clip above, however, strongly indicates that Scott isn’t living up to his most recent promise. Has Kourtney Kardashian’s straw now broken in two?
Scott Disick apparently used the excuse of his parents’ deaths for drinking himself into oblivion. And of course losing ones’ parents in the span of a year would traumatize anyone. Turning to booze isn’t the way to deal with it, though–especially when one has a wife and two (almost three) children.
Perhaps a better way for the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star to deal with his drinking problem is to first admit he has one and then take to the proper steps toward recovery. No one says that’s an easy process, but it’s the only one that will save him and save his relationship with his wife and children. For years people have wondered why Kourtney Kardashian continues to take him back after days of drinking and cheating. It’s likely the day will come that she simply won’t.
Do you see rehab or alcohol counseling in Scott Disick’s future or do you see a cycle of continuing abuse–both of himself and his marriage–with his drinking?
If Scott Disick promised he wouldn’t drink until Kourtney Kardashian has her baby, it seems he’s broken that promise already. That’s a telltale sign of an alcoholic. Maybe Kourtney should refuse to let him back or even near their kids until he proves himself–with several month’s worth of sobriety.
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