Scott Disick is finding the engagement of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker a hard pill to swallow. Disick has been skipping family events to avoid his ex. Since the holidays are coming up, this could present a bigger problem for him.

With the holiday season just over the horizon, Disick will now face his loneliest period since Kardashian and Barker began their relationship. Sources close to Disick recently revealed their thoughts to Us Weekly.

“He’ll always be part of the family by virtue of the kids, but it’s awkward. The holidays are going to be challenging, especially if he’s sulking or kicking up any type of fuss whatsoever.”

Scott Disick has remained close to most of the Kardashian family since his split with Courtney. Since he is avoiding them to not have to see Kourtney, he won’t be spending much time with his extended family this Christmas.

Disick and Kourtney have no apparent relationship at this time. The couple are the parents of 11-year-old Mason, 9-year-old Penelope, and 6-year-old Reign.

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick started dating in 2006. Their well-document on and off courtship came to an end in 2015.

What are your thoughts on this ongoing saga? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

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