Sarah Jessica Parker admits she's worried Twitter will get her into a spot of bother if she's too honest on there, but at the same time she wants to stay true to herself.
Sarah Jessica Parker is worried Twitter will ''destroy'' her.
The 49-year-old actress admits she has an awkward relationship with social media because it's taken her so long to get used to it, but she fears it could land her in a spot of bother if she's too ''honest''.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan magazine, she said: ''I am not complaining about Twitter, I am just trying to figure it out. And to have a relationship with it that I think is honest, but also so it doesn't somehow destroy me.''
The 'Sex and the City' star also revealed that she can't help but become emotionally tangled up in the website because she feels the need to respond to every one that sends her a tweet.
She explained: ''It has been complicated for me, I am often conflicted by it and my participation it ... I still feel conflicted about the conversations I have with Twitter.
''I feel like I need to respond to every single solitary plea for a retweet or a birthday wish ... or a note of encouragement, or a sick child or a parent. I feel like I am constantly falling short of those wishes and requests. That is complicated for me personally.''
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