Eva Longoria complains about the mum-shamers: ‘They really exist’

Recently, Eva Longoria spoke live with Anna Faris, with whom she discussed some aspects of motherhood. In particular, Eva noted that it is not worth telling and discussing how you raise your children. She admitted that she feels uncomfortable when she compares herself to other mothers. Together with her husband Jose Antonio Baston, Longoria is raising a two-year-old son, Santiago Enrique.

Eva clarified that she means combining motherhood with work and other aspects of life and mothers who share their “ideal” rules of upbringing.

Since I became a mom, I have seen that mum-shamers really exist. I don’t want to be one of those mothers who say in the podcast: “I’m sure to put my child to bed at 7 o’clock because the study showed that …” Oh my God, well done! So put him down at 7. I will never tell others how I raise and care for a child. I’m never an expert on motherhood,

– Eva said.

Longoria noted that even talking about how some mothers manage to “do everything” makes other mothers feel worse – including Eve.

Some women say, “Oh, this is so great!” and blah blah blah. And at such moments I think: “God, she’s succeeding. Am I doing something wrong? “

– the actress shared.

But she noted that she has good support in the person of her husband, sisters, and friends who help her with the baby.

I have a wonderful husband who supports me, wonderful sisters, wonderful friends who have children of the same age. So we help each other and deal with everything together,

– Longoria summed up.