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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 27: (EXCLUSIVE ACCESS, SPECIAL RATES APPLY) Kim Kardashian-West speaks at The Girls' Lounge dinner, giving visibility to women at Advertising Week 2016, at Pier 60 on September 27, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for The Girls' Lounge)
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Kim Kardashian West has no time for haters, and she really could care less about what Internet trolls have to say about her. Kardashian West was interviewed by Bravo host Andy Cohen at The Girls’ Lounge dinner Tuesday night in New York City and opened up about learning to grow a thicker skin.

“I used to look at everything and anything and have Google Alerts and just get so upset and go home and cry after something mean being said,” she said. “And now there is nothing anybody can say that can even rattle me.”

She said she’s proud of her ability to let things roll off her back, but “it’s a little bit sad that that’s the time you live in that people can say the meanest, nastiest things and you can be ok with it.”

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Kardashian West thanked husband Kanye West for his invaluable life lessons.

“My husband has definitely taught me to be my most authentic self and not care what other people think,” she said. “I think I was a people pleaser before.”

Discussing what she hoped to teach daughter North, she said, “I just want her to be a kind person.”

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