Despite being divorced, Bruce and Kris remain committed co-parents
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Raising a teenager is no easy task, as was made abundantly clear to Kris Jenner on Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Now that Bruce Jenner is living separately from his daughters, Kylie, 17, can find refuge in her father’s home when her relationship with Kris becomes too strained.

When Bruce asked after the rest of the family, Kylie couldn’t even answer his question about Kris as Kylie hadn’t spoken to her in two weeks.

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“Well, moms and daughters at this age sometimes can be very difficult,” Bruce acknowledged. “If you ever want to talk about any of that stuff, duh, right here,” he told Kylie. “If there’s anything I can do to cheer you up or keep you on a positive note, here I am.”

However, Bruce didn’t want to leave it at that – despite being divorced from Kris, the pair are still committed co-parents. Later in the episode, he called up Kris to discuss the issue and offer his help in bridging the mother-daughter relationship.

Eventually, Kris decided to take Kylie on a trip with mixed results. Though Kylie revealed she intends on moving out "the second" she turns 18, she ended up throwing her mother a bone and the two spent some quality time together before she leaves the nest.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs Sundays (9 p.m. ET) on E!

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