Bruce Jenner Feeling Sorry for Himself After Divorce

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Bruce Jenner seems to be getting the feeling that being alone is not all it's cracked up to be.

Being in the thick of one of the craziest families in America can probably be a heck of a strain. There are always cameras, always drama, always madness going on.

“Kardashians over here and the Jenners over here. Little me in the middle,” Bruce described his life to Kourtney Kardashian.

The season opening episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians addressed what the rest of the country already knew: Bruce Jenner and wife Kris were Splitsville.

"Kris and I spent 24 years together, every day, all the time," Bruce Jenner said. "So sometimes it's a little tough."

While the idea of getting out of the madhouse and exploring whatever he wants to in terms of his own gender identity may have seemed like a good idea at the time to Bruce Jenner, he does also seem to be expressing a bit of regret.

"I kind of have my freedom," Bruce Jenner explained. "The tough part comes when, sometimes, it can get pretty lonely not seeing the kids every day. I certainly wish they would be spending more time out at my house."

Even when some of the kids threw Bruce a party, only one of his daughters could make it.

"Kylie was supposed to come," Bruce lamented. "I certainly would've hoped that more of the kids would've come. The only one who showed up was Kendall. I guess things have changed."

Kourtney Kardashian, while not Bruce's biological daughter, has talked about how difficult it is to keep everyone connected now that Bruce is out of the house.

"Since my mom and Bruce have separated and he's not around as much, it's definitely more difficult to always keep in touch, and figuring out how to all stay in each other's lives is definitely going to be an ongoing thing."

Kim Kardashian says that she is still determined to keep her relationship with Bruce Jenner alive.

"Even though my mom and Bruce are divorced now, he's still our dad and we love him. We just have to get used to our new normal and figure out what our new family dynamic is and we'll all figure it out and will all be fine. It's just going to take a minute to adjust."

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