By Bobby Pollier, EnStars | Sep 18, 2012 09:30 AM EDT
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It has been a dramatic season of "Keeping Up with The Kardashians"; parents Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick seemed like a happy couple at the birth of their daughter, Penelope, but they reportedly have been fighting with each other behind the scenes of the E! reality show.
Although Kourtney has supposedly been at her wits end over Disick on several occasions, she would still like to salvage what they have.
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According to a source of Star Magazine, the 33-year-old has recently sought relationship advice from another reality star, Nicole Richie.
"Nicole's completely turned her life around since having children and is in a great marriage. Kourt badly wants the same as Scott. Nicole told [Kourtney] she needed to toughen up on Scott and make him go to parenting classes, so he can learn how to be a good father," stated the source.
Much like Kourtney, she also must continue to balance a career, motherhood and her relationship with Good Charlotte's Joel Madden. However, Richie has been avoiding the limelight in order to successfully do so.
"Nicole made it clear that she turned her life around by becoming more private and wouldn't give that up for anything," the source added.
Another source also recently spoke to In Touch magazine regarding Disick's alleged deceit.
"He thought nothing of leaving Kourtney and the kids behind and flying to New York. It's sad but typical. He lied to everyone and said he was just coming to NYC to host a Fashion Week event, but that was far from the truth," a source has told In Touch.
According to the Inquistr, it is being reported that a wedge between the long-time couple has been there since the very beginning of the relationship. Disick has constantly been accused of opting to party instead of taking care of his fatherly responsibilities. The two have allegedly even slept in separate beds as of late.
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