co-star, Robert Pattinson, she's altered her outlook when it comes to talking about her love life."I wasn’t hiding anything," she says of not speaking much about Pattinson, 30, while they were dating."Considering I had so many eyes on me, I suddenly realized [my private life] affects a greater number of people than just me.
Most important, she says she's anything but scarred from the amount of attention — positive and negative, personal and professional — she received as a result of blowup as being generally traumatic.
"It was an opportunity to surrender a bit of what was mine, to make even one other person feel good about themselves." As for her screen time with Pattinson, Stewart says she understands why not everyone would like theblowup as being generally traumatic,” she notes.
“It would take someone with a really unhealthy amount of ego to be upset that everyone doesn’t love them.
"It would take someone with a really unhealthy amount of ego to be upset that everyone doesn't love them.
It would be silly to say I don't care what people think of my work and who I am, but stuff is polarizing, period."Stewart changed her approach with relationships after Pattinson because she had an epiphany that her experience could help others.
director Rupert Sanders, then issued a public apology to Pattinson.
Now, she's opening up a bit more about how she felt then—and how she's changed her approach to relationships and privacy post-Pattinson.
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