By our estimation, it's been roughly four months at this point since Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's latest breakup.
If you thought the on-again, off-again Keeping Up with the Kardashians couple wouldn't stay apart this long, you're not alone.
It seems Scott also believed he would eventually be able to win Kourtney back as he had so many times before. Not so much.
Unfortunately for Scott, it looks as though the mother of his three children had other plans regarding her romantic future.
For several weeks now, we've been hearing rumors that Kourtney is dating Younes Bendjima, a much younger male model.
The 38-year-old reality star, who was previously linked to Justin Bieber, doesn't seem to be in any rush to deny such reports.
Scott is reportedly devastated by the ease with which his ex is moving on, and to say he's not handling it well, would be a massive understatement.
The first sign of trouble? Disick dating Ella Ross.
Ross is only 19, and in the past, hanging out with teenage models has correlated with Scott falling off the wagon and hopping back on the party train.
Sure enough, new reports from TMZ indicate that Disick is drinking heavily, and friends are worried that he's headed for disaster.
After several stints in rehab, Scott was said to be sober for several months, truly trying to put his best foot forward and get his s--t together.
Yet the realization that his relationship with Kourtney is really over has apparently sent the 33-year-old a dangerous downward spiral.
According to TMZ, a visibly intoxicated Scott was spotted hanging out at the hot spot TAO in Los Angeles for Cinco de Mayo.
Then, after allegedly keeping the party going all weekend, he was seen knocking 'em back at The Peppermint Club on Monday night.
Not great. But the clubbing is only half the story.
Scott and his entourage have reportedly been hosting constant boozy get-togethers at his bachelor pad in addition to their nights out.
The site claims that Disick's house has been "a non-stop, alcohol-fueled party for weeks" and even his entourage is growing concered.
His friends have gone from enjoying the ride along with the boozing Lord to becoming deeply worried about Scott's health.
This isn't the first time that members of the troubled star's inner circle have publicly worried that Disick is drinking himself to death, either.
It seems that their concerns are mounting by the day, however, and they now feel that rehab is the only answer before it's too late.
Reports indicate that Scott's friends no longer buy into his promises to cut back, and some say an intervention is in the works.
Here's hoping against hope.
We can get into whose fault it is that Kourtney no longer wants him and debate that all day, but it's beside the point right now.
This is about a disturbed man's life and the very real possibility that he could harm himself or others with his reckless behavior.
Scott clearly needs a serious adjustment, and at this point, seems utterly incapable of picking himself up off the proverbial mat.
Someone help him.