Scott Disick is still having a ‘very difficult time’ months after Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s engagement

Following the adorable engagement of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, Scott Disick is, unfortunately, still not holding up too well.

Initially, the reports of his negative wellbeing didn’t come as a surprise to fans as it was widely known that Scott Disick was still had feelings for Kourtney. After the engagement, he needed time to process and make peace with his new reality.

But when Scott moved on with his new fling Christine Burke, it was assumed that he was doing fairly well. However, it seems that these assumptions were far from correct as this reality star still hasn’t properly processed Kourtney Kardashian being off the market for good.

Does Scott Disick still love Kourtney Kardashian?

Yes, indeed, Scott Disick is still head-over-heels for Kourtney Kardashian which is why, according to People, he is “still so upset” and is “looking for support” in every person he can find such as Kourtney’s little sister, Kim Kardashian.

The media outlet reports that Scott and Kim have been spending more time together recently, stating that Kim has “been a good ear” for him because she understands heartbreak following her separation from the love of her life, Kanye West.

It’s safe to assume that the two have tons of conversations about breakups, moving on, and most importantly, co-parenting — especially since Scott’s future will include Travis Barker being the step-father to the three kids Scott and Kourtney share.

Having to deal with this and more hasn’t been the easiest of times, hence why Scott was distancing himself from the Kardashian family despite having to film together for the upcoming Kardashian reality series on Hulu.

“He’s been doing the best he can,” a source expressed to People. “But it’s been a very difficult time for him.”

With Scott being a staple to the Kardashian empire and with Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s relationship only heating up every day, it’s become apparent that Scott is going to have to choose the high road and properly come to terms with the way things are progressing. When (or if) he will achieve this, though, is anyone’s guess.