"I do believe that we're soulmates but that's not even where my head is at," Khloe told Good Morning America's Lara Spencer on Wednesday. "I think people, they don't understand the severity of everything."
In October, Lamar was found unresponsive in a Nevada brothel and was rushed to a Las Vegas hospital where he remained until he was deemed stable enough to be transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. He was in recovery there until earlier this month when he was released. The former NBA pro's health scare led to Khloe delaying their divorce, allowing her to make decisions on his behalf.
"It was really scary. I know when we got to the hospital in Vegas, we were told, you know, there's only a few hours to live and we had to make some medical decisions," the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recalled. "There were a lot of challenges but he's a fighter and, obviously, he's here now and he's out of the hospital."
Khloe, who's currently dating NBA pro James Harden, says that at the moment, she and Lamar are at different places in their lives. "It's all about his health and my happiness and his happiness and right now those are two individual things," she added.
The 31-year-old says that the former Los Angeles Lakers player has a "long journey" ahead of him, but he's "working really hard" to get better. "Every day is different. We take every day as it comes," she said. "I've learned not to really look into the future too much."
The Kocktails With Khloe host also commented on the news that her 28-year-old brother, Rob Kardashian, was diagnosed with diabetes. "Everything happens for a reason so that health scare, if that's going to make him, like shake him up a little bit and let's jump-start his health journey, then great, I'm right here for him,” she said. "He's taking it seriously. Yeah, we're only 13 days into the New Year but that's good enough for me."