Kourtney Kardashian may be furious with Sofia Richie, but she has a lot of love for herself.
But when Kourtney opened up with an artistic message about how much she appreciates her amazing body, she also talks about her broken heart.
There's a real sense of sadness, here.
Baby sister Kylie Jenner may not use Snapchat anymore, but Kourtney's still making use of the embattled app.
Kourtney shared photo of a poem, and it really fits her brand.
It is titled:
"A love note to my body."
And the poem begins:
"First of all, I want to say thank you."
Very quickly, it talks about broken hearts.
"For the heart you kept beating even when it was broken."
Kourtney has certainly known her share of heartbreak. The initial breakup with Scott Disick, of course. But it cannot have been easy to watch him be a human vortex of bad behavior throughout 2017.
And there are other heartbreaks in life that aren't even romantic. That's part of being a person.
"For every answer you gave me in my gut."
Intuition can be a real life-saver.
"For loving me back even when I didn’t know how to love you."
After that line about struggling to accept her own body, she thanks her flesh prison for its endurance.
"For every time you recovered when I pushed you past our limit."
As a fitness-obsessed Kardashian, she's done a lot of that.
"For today," the poem concludes. "For waking up."
Life itself is a great thing to celebrate.
It's really no surprise that Kourtney is talking about her body.
Most of the Kardashians are in some way body-centric. Kylie and Khloe went through famous transformations. Kim made headlines with a sex tape and later broke the internet. Kendall is a professional supermodel.
For Kourtney, it seems to be an obsession.
Did you know that Kourtney Kardashian only weighs 98 pounds?
The fact that she has the bodyweight of a child isn't solely the result of her being the height of one -- at 5-foot-0.
She's obsessed with fitness and with restricting things like sugar from her diet.
She also tries to avoid processed foods, and even goes so far as to make her own salad dressings at home.
You know what? It's always possible that we're reading too much into this.
Maybe Kourtney just found a poem that celebrates her majorly epic body and decided to share it with her followers.
Sometimes, artistic expression can really help people with things like self-acceptance and body image. The vast majority of people, even the hottest folks on the planet, would like to make some changes to their bodies.
Others would like a refund on their meat suits and ideally a replacement.
Kourtney may have chosen the poem purely for its body-appreciation qualities, and might not be sharing that she, personally, has recently felt brokenhearted.
But we do have to ask ourselves if the Kardashians ever share anything on social media by "accident."