Eva Longoria hits back at mom shamers: 'I am never going to tell someone how to parent'
Eva Longoria is fed up with people overseeing how to raise a child the right way, especially when those mommy molesters are after her.
Longoria, who shares her 2-year-old son Santiago with husband José Bastón, recently sat down with Anna Faris on her "Unqualified" podcast to discuss why Mom Shamers need to stop worrying about other people's parenting styles.
"The mom shamers of the world are real," the alum told Desperate Housewives. "I never want to be that person to be on a podcast like, 'What I do is I put my son to bed at 7am because studies show that the brain -' like, oh my god, good is for you. You do that. "
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Longoria vowed that she would never take it upon herself to "tell someone how to be a parent" because "I am in no way an expert on being a mother".
Not only that, she says handing out parental advice "can make other women feel less than it does sometimes".
The Golden Globe nominee also confessed that she was guilty of comparing herself to other mothers, noting, "I mean, 'Oh god, she got it together. Maybe I'm not doing something right.'"
Whenever the Devious Maids alum guesses for the second time whether or not she is raising her son properly, she remembers her amazing support system, which she calls her "village".
"I have a great husband to support me, I have great sisters, and I have great girlfriends who have kids the same age," said Longoria. "We all get involved and do it."
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As to what Longoria says about learning to be a parent while in a job and social life, the actress affirmed, "You just find out."
Eva Longoria Strikes Back Mother Shamers: "I'll Never Tell Anyone How To Parent" originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
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