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Khloe Kardashian Tweets 'Not All Love Can Be Explained'
PHOTO: Khloe Kardashian Odom Takes To Twitter

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Khloe Kardashian took to Twitter today to bare her soul during this trying time amid reports that her husband Lamar Odom is using drugs and their marriage is on the rocks.

Kardashian, 29, tweeted four times in just a few minutes about love, scars and patience.

"Not all scars can be seen and not all love can be explained," she tweeted first. "The deepest love is also the hardest to express. Only those in it, understand."

She followed that up with, "If I love u. Its a deep 4ever love. Ride til the end. Family/friend.Its simply called love. I take it seriously. Dont judge unless u r in it."

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If these tweets are about Odom, 33, it seems she is taking a step back after removing the Kardashian and Odom from both her Twitter and Instagram bios. They now just read "Khloe."

Kardashian added, "We all have our own journeys in life. So even if u don't accept mine. Be kind….We all have a journey 2travel & I want to walk mine, my way" and "Two things define you: your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything."

These tweets come a couple of days after "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" fans got their first look on the show of Kardashian addressing her issues with her husband, even if the episode was filmed prior to her current marital problems.

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"There are a lot of emotional issues I think that Lamar has," she said Sunday on the show. "I do want to help or cater to Lamar but also, there is only so much anyone can take."

She even called Odom a "very depressed" person.

Odom was charged with suspicion of DUI on Aug. 30, then broke his silence late last month to defend the Kardashian family. Last week, photos surfaced of the former NBA star looking rather thin.

Efforts to reach Kardashian's rep were not immediately returned.

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