Kylie Jenner admits to feeling pangs of depression as she handles her father's transition. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo
LOS ANGELES, May 26 (UPI) -- Not all of Bruce Jenner's children are handling his transition in the same way.
On Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the youngest sister, Kylie Jenner, opened up about how she differs from some of her more open family members.
"I feel like I go through these times where I hate my life," she said in front of the reality show's cameras. "My sisters always try and make me talk about everything but I don't want to right now...People deal with things in different ways."
Bruce, 65, expressed his concern about Kylie on the show when meeting with therapist and motivational speaker Leigh Weintraub. "She's kind of shut me out lately," he said. "I don't want her to go away, emotionally go away."
Older sister Kendall Jenner also weighed in on her sibling's handling of their father's transition: "Kylie and I are handling [Bruce's transition] differently. Kylie does bottle up her emotions,"
The episode also documented a ski trip the Kardashian-Jenner sisters took to Montana, where Kylie is reminded of fond memories with her athletic father.
"We have so much in common," she said.
During the same episode, Khloe Kardashian hit the Montana slopes with her 17-year-old sister -- who was clearly more adept at navigating the icy terrain on her snowboard. The sisters realized that family trips including both Kris and Bruce Jenner may never happen again and decided to take traditions into their own hands.