The corona virus still has the world in its grip and makes life a lot more difficult for many people. But according to Eva Longoria (45), women worldwide have a harder time than men during the corona crisis.

“We are the CEOs of our household, so we have to take good care of women’s mental health”

“Women are being hit harder by the global crisis because we have the tough part of the household tasks,” Eva told The Daily Mail . “We make the decisions about education, we make the decisions about health. We are the CEOs of our household, so we have to take good care of women’s mental health.”

The American actress herself feels supported by her friends in this. “I need my friends, more than ever. And meditation, because we really need to take care of our mental and spiritual health right now.”

In times of social distancing this is of course a bit more difficult, but fortunately the technology does not let Eva down. “We have a lot of Zoom conversations with a lot of wine. It almost feels like I’m seeing them more now that I’m not working..