Kim Kardashian is getting wise about social media.
Speaking Tuesday at the 23rd World Congress on Information Technology convention in Armenia, the reality star opened up about how her use of social media has changed over time.
“I think at the beginning, I didn’t know what the word ‘privacy’ really meant,” she said. “I was very okay with people knowing every detail of my life.” Now, though, she says she’s found a balance so she can still share with her fans but still maintain “some privacy.”
She continued, “I figured out a really good balance of sharing what I want to share.”
Kardashian also explained that sharing too much on social media can actually put a person in danger under certain circumstances.
“There definitely is oversharing, especially when safety can be a factor when there’s so many eyes on you,” she said, referring to her robbery at gunpoint three years ago in Paris. “I learned first-hand that if you share too much, it can be a little bit dangerous at times.”
She added that she was still suffering from PTSD from the attack.
“I move really cautiously now that I have kids, but I still love to be open and honest and that’s who I am,” Kardashian said. “There is a way to have both and to share, but not feel like your whole life is being used just for social media. You do have to have balance.”