“When you ask people about love, they tell you about heartbreak,” says the host of the talk in the video, research professor Brené Brown.
“The people who have a strong sense of belonging believe they’re worthy of belonging,” Brown says. “This is what I have found: to let ourselves be seen, deeply seen, vulnerably seen. To love with our whole hearts, even though there’s no guarantee and that’s really hard.”
A source close Kardashian told PEOPLE in July that “now there’s a strong possibility of life without him, and that’s a scary thought for her,” adding that “she’s figuring it out and taking it as it comes.”
RELATED: How Scott Disick May Have Blown a Second Chance with Kourtney Kardashian
On July 31, Disick posted a photo from a wedding of him holding a place card that reads “Scott Disick Guest,” with the caption: “When you realize the grass isn’t always greener,” seemingly alluding to the relationship’s end.