Shortly after Scott Disick admitted he's entered "therapy" for his excessive drinking, the reality star appears to be making amends with girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian.
In a preview of Sunday's Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami season finale, Disick, 27, and Kardashian, 31, attend a couples therapy session to air their issues.
For Disick, the session seems to be an eye-opener.
"[Kourtney] doesn't really always 100% understand that it's a real disease that I have, and it's not just something that I can turn off and on," Disick says in the clip above. "But now that I have a little baby, I don't really want to play any of these games. I just want to be with her and see my son grow."
However cautious, Kardashian vows to stand by her man.
"I want to be supportive, but I don't want to be an enabler either," she says. "It is confusing, because I thought I had to let Scott do this on his own, but in order to make this work, he really does need my support."
The Kardashian family is deeply divided over Kourtney's decision to stay with Disick, reports the new Us Weekly (on newsstands now).
"Kourtney feels like she lives two lives, because half the family has accepted Scott back and other half hasn't," an insider tells UsMagazine.com of Disick, the father of Kourtney's 8-month-old son, Mason.
The season finale of Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami airs Sunday at 10 p.m./ET on E!