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The unlikely way Jordyn Woods dealt with the Khloe Kardashian / Tristan Thompson drama

Dusty Baxter-Wright
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From Cosmopolitan

  • Jordyn Woods has opened up about how she coped following the fall out from the Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson drama, revealing she put some unlikely distractions in place.
  • The influencer also compared the end of her friendship from Kylie Jenner to that of a break up, giving a deep and contemplative explanation.

The Khloe Kardashian / Tristan Thompson / Jordyn Woods kiss saga might be long over, but the latter just opened up about how she coped with the drama in the weeks that followed.

In case you need a refresh, things kicked off in the world of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians clan earlier this year, when it emerged Khloe Kardashian's then-boyfriend Tristan Thompson had kissed Kylie Jenner's best friend, Jordyn Woods.

And as well as opening up about what really happened and where things stand with Kylie now in the September issue of Cosmopolitan UK, Jordyn has recently spoken to Teen Vogue about the unusual way she coped with the fall out from the kiss.

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Jordyn revealed she kept her stress levels under control by taking up a number of new interests, in an attempt to keep herself mentally and physically distracted. "When all this stuff happened, I stayed in and I started a lot of hobbies," she explained. Some of the things Jordyn tried include but aren’t limited to:

  • puzzles
  • crocheting
  • painting
  • piano playing
  • binge-watching Stranger Things

Puzzles? Crocheting? While these probably aren't the first things that come to mind when we're stressed, it certainly looks like they helped Jordyn - she's thriving.

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The entrepreneur then went on to discuss how losing her best friend, Kylie, in the midsts of the drama felt, with the interviewer asking if it felt like a break up. "What's the definition of a break up?" Jordyn responded, before Googling the answer to her own question.

Jordyn continued, "[The definition is] 'The separation or breaking up of something into several pieces or sections. The end of a relationship.'

"Those are the two things. What I’d ask is, ‘Does anything really end? Or is it a cycle?’" she added. Deeeeeeeep.

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