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Khloe Kardashian is no stranger to dealing with hardships in the public eye, and this year was no different.
However, when it comes to giving thanks on this Thanksgiving Day, the celeb shared that she's most grateful for her "crazy, chaotic, amazing family" who have been able to overcome a number of obstacles in 2016.
Khloe posted a sweet message on her website to gush about her famous kin, alongside a number of photos of the Kardashian-Jenner brood over the past year.
"On Thanksgiving, my family and I always go around the dinner table and say what we're thankful for as I'm sure most families in America do. This year, I'm overly thankful for my family. We've been through a ton of trials and tribulations mixed with blessings on blessings on blessings. When times get tough, my family seems to thrive and band together. We find a way to always persevere. Rise above the ashes!!," she writes.
"Without my crazy, chaotic, amazing family, I'm not sure how I could have gone through some of the things that I was tested with this year. I'm sure we say we are all thankful for our families. I think that is the most beautiful thing to be thankful for, but every night I thank the Lord for blessing me with the world's best support system and team of unconditional love."
Khloe continued, "Having intimate family time is so, so great and I'm thankful that I get to experience it with all of the incredible people in my life. Thanksgiving is a time to gather around loved ones. Whether they are blood or bond...to be grateful for all that we have been so abundantly blessed with and also to spare a few thoughts and prayers for those not so lucky.
"No matter where you are in life you can always find something to be thankful for. My wish is that this mentality goes beyond Thanksgiving. Try practicing being thankful daily and I believe that optimism and gratitude will manifest greatness!"
Earlier this week, Khloe paid tribute to another dear family member, her late father Robert Kardashian.
The star joined mother Kris Jenner and sister Kourtney Kardashian in honoring Kardashian at the Angel Ball in New York City. The high profile attorney, who famously took on the O.J. Simpson case, died from esophageal cancer in 2003.
"It's a wonderful honor that they're doing this for him, and I feel really excited and blessed that we're here," Kris Jenner told E! News. "I love supporting Denise Rich and everything that she's done over the years. We've been here year after year coming to the event. It's such a beautiful thing that she does in honor of her daughter. So, the fact that she's including us is beyond."