The 22-year-old’s famous friendship with Jenner ended when Woods was spotted kissing Tristan Thompson at a party in February, whilst he was in a relationship with the make-up mogul's half sister Khloe Kardashian.
Woods later confirmed that Thompson had kissed her but said that there was "no passion" between them on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk.
The ensuing row reportedly saw Woods move out of Jenner's home, which she had previously shared with the reality star and her daughter Stormi Webster.
Now that the pair have distanced themselves from one another, Woods says she no longer has a central group of friends, and is instead relying on her family for support.
Discussing relationships, she told Us Weekly magazine: "I don't really have a core friend group right now. I have my family. All of my friends are my family. A lot of my best friends are my childhood best friends and people that I've known for two decades."
Woods, who previously said the online backlash over the Thompson kiss was “cancerous”, has now revealed that she's doing her best to focus on the "overwhelming amount of support" she's been getting from her fans.
She added to the publication: "You can get 1000 good comments and 1 bad comment, and that bad comment will outweigh the rest.
“I really have to understand what people say to you is a reflection of how they feel inside.
“Normally if you are feeling negatively you are unhappy with how something is going in your own life. If you're happy then you don't need the validation from anyone other than yourself.
“There has been such an overwhelming amount of support and that goes a long way."
Meanwhile, Jordyn's mother Elizabeth Woods recently hit out at the "bullying" she has received in the wake of the scandal.
She wrote on social media: "To sit back and watch @jordynwoods go through all of this mental and emotional anguish has been very emotional for us and we pray for everyone daily. To see your kids hurt at any age is difficult to say the least.
"All I can say is that I hope everyone out there is perfect and no one has to ever endure any bumps along the journey of growing.
"To watch the majority of her friends leave her, not be able to go get services where she got accustomed to going and get bullied by the world, it takes a strong a** family and individual to be able to deal with that on a daily basis. "
In an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, Jordyn described her coping mechanisms for the brutal and “cancerous” online trolling that followed.
“I don't believe in clapping back, or reacting out of emotion," she said. "I could have handled this a million different ways, but I just went with what felt the most natural to me.
“Would I ever have wanted this to happen? Never. But s*** happens. And in the end, I never want to see anyone hurt; I would hate to be the reason for anyone's pain. We all have to go to sleep with ourselves at night.”
Despite the falling out, Woods said: “I love her [Kylie]. That's my homie. I hope everything falls into place and that we can all grow and build our relationships with our family and God and come back together one day and be stronger and happier.”