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After having discovered that Tony Parker found comfort sharing one fellow with another woman, Eva Longoria said, “Knowing the truth "didn't make me feel better, but it helped me understand." Adding, "I am so secure in who I am. I really am. And I'm not conceited. I just think, 'Wow, okay, that's the life you want to live'" as Suzy Byrne reported.
With these words, every strong willed woman learns to admire Longoria and to unravel the life giving wisdom of what she said. There is life in store waiting after the tsunami of Parker’s infidelity that rocked, but did not crumble Longoria’s life.
As Byrne reported further, Longoria told Cadenet on Thursday night Lifetime’s “The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet,” “While the end of her marriage did shake her up, she said it didn't consume her – and she didn't give herself a hard time over it."It wasn't about who he chose," she told de Cadenet. "I had moments of like: 'OK, I'm not sexy enough? I'm not pretty enough? Am I not smart enough?' Then I immediately stopped. 'No, no, no – don't start doing that.' Because you can get stuck in that cycle and you can carry that on to other things."
This proves that after the devastation, the reconstruction comes. After stumbling down, the next thing to do is to get up immediately.
Longoria has gotten up since 2010 after breaking up marriage with Parker. And life for her seems smooth sailing. She and Penelope Cruz’s younger brother Eduardo Cruz silently went into certain understanding. Nevertheless, the relationship was battered by a short timed split. Then, after that both of them returned to each other to find a loving sanctuary and abode on the arms of her new boy friend Eduardo. She now entertains insight to her divorce.
No desperation overtook her except in her role in the “Desperate Housewives”. The show that made her a full blown star will air its two-hour series finale on Sunday at 9pm to 8pm on ABC. Then, it goes off after eight years on the air.
With strong will and full of hope Longoria said, "I'm in a transitional state where I have no rules and I have no boundaries, and I don't really want to put those back up." Noting, "I feel like I am just getting started" as Byrne finally reported.
The infidel was already out of her way. The “Desperate Housewives” are no longer her concerns. Miss Longoria is free. She has all the good reasons to start it all over again. However, that good start begins with her and Eduardo together.