Kourtney Kardashian has admitted counselling is helping to improve her relationship with Scott Disick, and the couple are currently in a ''really good place''.
Kourtney Kardashian thinks counselling is important to her relationship.
The brunette beauty - whose tempestuous romance with boyfriend Scott Disick has been well documented on her reality TV show - has laughed off speculation their union is in trouble, insisting seeing a therapist has kept their union on track.
She explained to People magazine: "It's ridiculous. All the rumours you just have to laugh at. We've been working on our relationship and we're doing the best we can. We're in a really good place right now and taking it day by day and it's good.
"I think counselling is really important and we always love going and feel so much better after. I think everyone should go. People are like, 'It's so expensive and this or that,' but it's more important than buying clothes or a handbag or shoes. It's your life."
The reality television star - who has eight-month-old son Mason with Scott - was recently urged by fans to dump her boyfriend after he was seen on her reality show 'Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami' punching a mirror so hard he needed surgery.
She said: "Scott and I were walking down the street in New York and this lady's like, 'Kourtney! I love you!' And then she's like, 'Dump him!'
"Scott and I were just like smiling and I was like, 'OK, I'll do it for you.' And then I was like, 'Obviously I have to do what's best for me and my family.' "