Los Angeles: 'Desperate Housewives' star Eva Longoria has said she "doesn't hold on to the bitterness" of her break-up with basketball player husband Tony Parker.
The 36-year-old actress filed for divorce from Parker in November 2010 and has said that she has no grudges against him and likes to hold on to the positives from their three-year marriage.
"One thing I did learn is you don't hold on to the bitterness of the loss; you hang on to the beauty of the love. Remember all the good things. There was a reason you met someone and a reason why you were together," Longoria said.
The brunette beauty, who separated from Parker amidst allegations he cheated on her with Erin Barry, the now ex-wife of his former teammate Brent Barry, has no bad feelings towards her former spouse.
"Marriage in my family is really a sacred sacrament. It wasn't something we did frivolously. But, you know, I guess the relationship ran its course, and so many people want me to hate him or want to just destroy him. And I don't. I wish nothing but the best for him. He's not a bad person. He just wanted something else," she added.
Longoria who has been married once before to 'General Hospital' star Tyler Christopher refused to share any details of her split with Parker.
"There was a reason why we got married. There was a reason why we fell in love. There was a reason why we were together seven years. I would never speak publicly about what happened or why we got divorced, because I love him and we still talk. We still are in each other's life," she said.