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Kris Jenner reportedly disagrees with her daughters on Kourtney’s love life

Kourtney Kardashian probably knows what’s best for her future.

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But that doesn’t stop her famous family from chiming in, and they can’t seem to agree on what their preferred path might be.

Just a day after a source close to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan reportedly said Kourtney’s sisters are urging her to try online dating to find a new man, People magazine reports that the family matriarch, Kris Jenner, is hoping Kourtney will reconcile with Scott Disick.

Kourtney and Disick dated on and off for nine years before calling it quits, seemingly for good, in July. In October, Disick checked into rehab, where Jenner has visited him multiple times, and Kourtney reportedly stopped by once so Disick could see their three children.

“Kris is really supportive of Scott,” the insider said. “Last week she bought his favorite soup in Beverly Hills and took it to the rehab for him. Kris takes the kids to rehab so he can see them.”

The source continued, “She thinks Scott is doing great and is happy if Kourtney gets back with him. But Kourtney is on the fence as deep down she doesn’t believe he can change.”

Kourtney seems to be pretty over Disick, and her sisters are clearly on board with that. But that doesn’t mean Kourtney is willing to take their advice, either.

Kourtney thinks the world of online dating is quite silly. In fact, she’s old-fashioned when it comes to meeting men and prefers to meet someone spontaneously, or be introduced by a friend, than picking a pretty face online,” a source told Hollywood Life earlier this week, after Kourtney’s sisters allegedly encouraged her to join Raya, an app similar to Tinder, but for famous and creative types.

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Do you think Kourtney Kardashian should give Scott Disick another chance? Should she turn to the ‘net to find love? Or should she ignore both ideas and embrace the single life? Sound off down in the comments.

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