(AFP OUT) Actress Eva Longoria (L) and NBA player Tony Parker attend the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's 33rd Annual Awards Gala at the Washington Convention Center September 15, 2010 in Washington, DC. President Barack Obama spoke at the event that Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg were also scheduled to attend. (Getty Images)more pics »Tony Parker and Eva Longoria's shocking divorce was finalized about a week ago, and now both parties are reflecting on the struggles they've endured over the three months since their split. Both say the divorce has been tough, but they've learned a lot and are moving on with their lives.
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Tony addressed the failed marriage in a recent interview. He said (via People.com): "I've super family, friends – that's what's most important. When you look around with what's going on in the world – with sick children, people in real difficulties – I have no right to complain."
But, he added, the split wasn't easy. "[Divorce] was hard but life goes on," he said. "Like anyone else, I've learned that life is full of experiences, and you learn from your mistakes. And go on."
He also said he turned to his basketball career as an "escape" and was "holding on" thanks to his busy schedule.
Meanwhile, Eva, who's reportedly now dating Penelope Cruz's brother Eduardo, turned to Twitter to talk about the life lessons she's learned. She wrote earlier this week: "Starting over is hard to do," she said, "but life goes on. I pray for strength, courage and wisdom on my new journey."
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