Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian.
Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian. Bang ShowBiz

Scott Disick is battling severe anxiety

SCOTT Disick admits his anxiety makes him "literally want to jump out of my skin."

The 31-year-old reality TV star - whose longtime girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian is set to give birth to their third child in December - started taking medication to help him sleep "three or four hours a night" following the tragic deaths of his mother, Bonnie, last October and father Jeffrey less than three months later in early January.

The entrepreneur, who was hospitalised for alcohol poisoning earlier this year, opens up about his private struggles in an upcoming episode of 'Kourtney & Khloé Take The Hamptons,' saying: "I think my anxiety, especially coming to New York, then my parents not being around anymore and her being pregnant, everything feels like it's coming down on me. I literally want to jump out of my skin, it's that bad."

After taking an anxiety pill, he adds: "I take it at night just to sleep."

Scott hints that Kourtney, 35, with whom he already has son Mason, four, and daughter Penelope, two, doesn't understand what he is going through, saying: "Some people don't get it."

He also acknowledges partying is one of the few things that helps him relax, adding: "Obviously I'd go to the city every night if I could."

But Kourtney's sister Khloé, 30, admits that she is "a little worried" about him, saying: "I know Scott has always had sleeping problems and always took sleeping pills. I understand that he is trying to cope and I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to do. I don't want to be too judgemental because I don't want him to not come to me and do something in secrecy, but it is concerning me and I am getting a little worried."



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