Khloé Kardashian Says Her Mom and Dad Helped Influence How She Co-Parents with Tristan Thompson

When it comes to co-parenting amicably with her ex Tristan Thompson, Khloé Kardashian credits her own mom, father and stepfather with leading by example.

"Having my parents and seeing how seamlessly it seemed that they did it, we never knew anything negative," Khloé, 36, tells PEOPLE exclusively in a conversation surrounding her migraine-related Take Back Today campaign with Nurtec. "I'm sure it was difficult for them too but we never knew anything negative."

"My stepdad [Caitlyn Jenner] and my dad would play golf would play golf once a week and my dad would come over for dinner once a week and to my little sisters, that was their uncle Robert," she adds of her late father Robert Kardashian Sr., with whom mom Kris Jenner also shared Khloé's older sisters Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian (Caitlyn, 70, and Kris, 64, share Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner.)

"We were very close and it was all led with love," Khloé says.

True, adorably nicknamed Tutu by her cousins ("Now she calls herself that," Khloé says), has run the gamut on her pop-culture obsessions as of late, from Sesame Street's Abby to Peppa Pig. "And now," the mother of one shares with PEOPLE, "she's obsessed with these stuffed animals with big eyes and she calls them her babies."

Of her decision to partner with Nurtec, Khloé reveals that she started getting migraines at the age of 12 and had "tried everything" to deal with the "completely debilitating" pain that would cause her to "have to cancel [her] whole day."

"But I was given a sample of Nurtec ODT; it's dissolvable. And it worked in 15 minutes. I couldn't believe it," she raves. "So to be able to find a therapy that works and I can actually go about my day and be a mom to True has been amazing. And if I can help even one person with their own migraines, then it's worth it."

Before "dealing with the stress" of the coronavirus pandemic, the Revenge Body host says her life "was always about a balance between family and work and sometimes too much work was going on." But after being "overwhelmed with fear" at first, she has found "a new normal" with her daughter.

"I've been able to spend so much more time being present with True, not on my phone or checking emails, but really present," Khloé says. "I cook more, I spend time with family. So there have been those good moments when you're forced to slow down."

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