'KUWTK': Kardashians Stop Filming, Warn Rob & Blac Chyna Against Flashy Instagram Posts in Robbery Aftermath

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Personal and emotional security were at the forefront of everyone's mind on Sunday's Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
The new episode, appropriately titled "Aftermath," focused on how Kim Kardashian and her family were coping following her terrifying October encounter with armed robbers in her Paris hotel room -- and it was clear that almost everyone was feeling on-edge when it came to staying safe.
The Kardashian sisters gathered for a big dinner at Kourtney house, along with mom Kris Jenner, her boyfriend Corey Gamble and Scott Disick. Rob Kardashian and a then-pregnant Blac Chyna also came by to spend time with the family.
Immediately upon sitting down to eat, the topic turned to increasing home security when Kris suggested that Kourtney get her large front windows tinted.
"I would worry about someone walking down the street and looking in here," Kris said. "It's a security measure."
Despite her arguments in favor of tinted windows, Kourtney said she didn't want to take that step, because it would ruin her view, and she didn't think it really made much of a difference.
"As a mom, you want to keep your kids safe," Kris said in a solo interview. "And in this case, one of the changes, among many, that we need to make is security."
Kris and Kim also teamed up to advise Rob and Blac Chyna to be more cautious with the kinds of things they post to Instagram, especially with their baby on the way.
"You cannot post pictures of all those Rolex watches," Kris said.
"[You need to stop] all the flashiness on, like, Instagram and all of that," Kim added.
"We don't really think like that," Rob said quietly.
"I'm just saying, just for your safety. It scares me," his sister explained.
Later at the dinner, Kim came across a website selling a Halloween costume of her, bound and gagged in a bathrobe with a giant ring on her finger, and expressed her disgust at the people who were mocking her trauma.
"It really is hard when sometimes people don't treat you like you're human, and you're going through such a real, raw experience," Kim told the KUWTK cameras. "It's really traumatizing."
"I even saw a comment [online] where someone wished I died that night," she added. "And I was just like, 'Really? What evil of a person are you that you really wish death upon someone?' But it just really sucks when you're getting judged by the whole world."
As Kim struggled to come to terms with what happened to her, Kris continued to keep watch on her mental health.
"I'm really trying to keep an eye on Kim, and making sure she's okay," Kris explained. "I don't want her to bottle up her emotions and not feel anything, because I feel like she's still numb."
The concerned mom suggested that Kim seek professional help to deal with the residual effects of surviving a potentially life-threatening experience.
"When you go through something like you, you have to take care of yourself. And maybe it's something that you need to talk about," Kris gently explained. "I really think you should see a therapist and make sure that you get the right help, so it doesn't creep up on you like, three months from now, because you've been through a really traumatic experience."
However, the advice seemed to fall on deaf ears. "Yeah, but I think I'm just gonna take a minute and just do what I wanna do," Kim replied. "Like, not have a set thing, and just figure it out as I go and just be cautious."
However, it wasn't long before Kim started to feel the true extent of her emotional turmoil, calling her sister Khloe over to her house in the middle of the night as she broke down, flashing back to the night of the robbery.
"I'm in my room crying, getting reminded of what happened," Kim said through tears.
"That's going to happen. This is still so fresh," Khloe said, trying to help her sister calm down. "In our family, we go through things and kind of forget about them so quickly. But we have to remind ourselves, 'No, this is trauma.' We need to all make sure we're catering to you and to help you through [this]."
After a few moments, Khloe demanded that the KUWTK production team quit filming Kim's freak-out.
"We need to stop," Khloe said. "I just don't want everything on camera right now."
Soon after, Kim sat down with Kris and Kourtney and explained how she'd recently had another breakdown when husband Kanye West came home late after a concert performance.
"He always comes up the back stairs. Like, I always know he comes out the stairs that go into my room. But he came up the front stairs and all I heard were his feet stomping upstairs," Kim recounted, adding that Kanye often can't hear well after one of his shows, so as she was calling out to him, he wasn't responding.
"I'm freaking out in bed and North fell asleep with me, so I'm grabbing her and I'm like, 'Hello! Hello!' and he's not answering me," Kim remembered.
It was the final straw that convinced her to seek help.
"So, I know it's time I have to see a therapist," Kim admitted. "Because I don't want to have these feelings and flashbacks."
"I've always been really aware of my emotions and how I'm feeling, and I never thought therapy was the best choice for me," Kim said in a solo interview. "But I do want to be responsible for my kids and my husband, and do whatever I have to do to get through this and not be some crazy person that's always scared and anxious. I just don't want to live my life like that."
Kim's concern for her 3-year-old daughter, North, and her 1-year-old son, Saint, seem to be the driving force behind her efforts to get the help she needs.
"I can't stop thinking about how that night could have left my kids without a mom," Kim shared. "Now I just wanna dedicate my life to my kids, so that they have all the great memories like I had. I feel so lucky I had my dad for 22 years. I want my kids to have me for longer than that."