Kim Kardashian apparently feels "victimised".
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has endured people sharing their opinion on the way she raises her daughter North West.
Kim and Kanye West welcomed North into the world in June, but sources close to the power couple say Kardashian is getting stressed with the scrutiny she constantly faces.
"Kim feels that people think everything she does regarding her daughter is wrong - it's as though everyone wants her to be stuck at home and out of the spotlight in order to be considered a good mum," an insider informed British magazine Now.
"As far as Kim's concerned, she and her fiancé Kanye West provide the best life for their daughter. She feels victimised by everyone."
It's not only the glare of the media spotlight that is getting 33-year-old Kardashian down.
She is famously close to her family, but rumours have surfaced that her older sister Kourtney "had a few words with Kim about being more hands on".
"Kim and Kourtney have had a bitter exchange of words. This led to them not even talking at one point and exchanging evil looks.
"Even though she's defiant, Kim's starting to question herself. But Kanye has been really supportive and has told her to ignore family and friends because all they need is each other," the source added.
Kourtney Kardashian has a family of her own to look after and has children Mason and Penelope with her partner Scott Disick.
Kourtney allows the cameras to follow her kids on reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashian, but Kim is reportedly unsure she wants North to feature.
In a recent interview Kourtney said her whole life was about being a mom, so she's happy to have her children on the show.
- Cover Media