Following a break-up, all you want to do is lock yourself away, bury your head under the duvet, and only come out for air when friends and family pass you cups of tea, those 2-4-1 tubs of chocolate brownies from M&S, and the occasional cuddle.
But when you're part of one of the most famous families in the world, have close to 100 million Instagram followers and a beauty empire to run, going under the radar isn't exactly possible.
The difficulties of going through a break-up in the media eye is something 20-year-old Kylie Jenner has opened about in her new television show, Life of Kylie.
Discussing the break-up from her ex-boyfriend Tyga, with whom she was in a relationship for three years, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star revealed: 'The hardest part about having a relationship for me is just that it's blasted all over the Internet.
'You have to hear about other people's opinions on who you're with. It's a lot. Most of the time it's just not true. Like, you have no idea what I'm like in a relationship, [or] what kind of bond I have with somebody else,' she added.
The social media star, who just celebrated her 20th birthday, also claimed the Internet had a role to play in making her relationships so much harder to deal with when they turn sour.
'You cannot win with Internet. There's no winning. It's just unnecessary negativity. I feel like I'm in a relationship with the world sometimes,' she concluded.
Someone give the girl a hug, please.