Kim went on to say that while she doesn't personally struggle with negative press or feedback on social media, she knows people who do. “I find myself to be extremely mentally strong and I have people who are obsessed with the comments, and I find that to be really unhealthy,” she explained. “I struggle with having to step outside of how I feel and thinking about, ‘What if one of my children was like one of my friends who wasn’t as mentally strong and would really be affected by the comments?' That would really affect me.”
“It is tricky and when I raise my kids, I think about screen time, phone time, what to post, what not to post,” she explained, before going on to say her Paris robbery in October 2016 led her to be more careful with what she shares.
“Even posting things in real-time, I learned from a bad experience I had when I was robbed that people knew my every move, what I had, where I was, what I was doing, and that, to me, really changed the things that I post,” she said. “I still want people to feel like they’re on that journey with me, but I might video something and then post it when I’ve left the location for privacy.”