It is no secret to anyone that the relationship that the comedian once had Eugenio Derbez and the actress Victoria Ruffo it did not end on good terms. For a long time, the former couple has been dragging problems that seem to have no solution, despite the fact that they both share a common son: Jose Eduardo.
Recently, the 29-year-old actor gave an interview to the journalist Agnes Moreno on his YouTube channel, where he finally broke the silence and talked about how hard it was growing up with separation from their parentsbecause despite living at his mother’s house during his childhood and adolescence, the young man remembers those moments when he used to live with his father.
And it is that José Eduardo assures that the relationship with his father was very different from the one that the comedian had with his brothers, Vadhir and Aislinn Derbezwho did spend more time with their father, a situation that allowed them to have that sincerity that characterizes them so much.
Delving deeper into what living with Eugenio was like, José Eduardo explained that his brothers were always the ones who assumed a different position from his.
“Like I went more by my side. What happened with my brothers is very different. My brothers were always very close to my father and to what he said… they never said no, and I was the only one who said: ‘No, why?’” assured the interpreter, who said that in the end he got used to it. to this dynamic.
For the young actor, the words that his mother gave him when he was still a child and adolescent will always remain in his memory, as she clearly explained that he was capable of taking their own decisions.
“My mom always gave me that power of: ‘You, your way and no one is going to tell you what to do and what not to do… My brothers depended more on my dad financially and were more with him, a lot or a little but my dad was there . From my mother it was: ‘You have yours here, we have everything here, you don’t worry’… ”, he recounted during this talk.
Derbez explained that in a certain way, whenever he was with his brothers and his father and Eugenio he said “This is going to be done”he was the only one of his children who had the freedom to decide to return to his mother.
Finally, the actor said that over time he managed to become independent, something that allowed him to value all the support that his mother gave him.
“You don’t realize everything your mom really does, or how a house works. For me it was school, going back. And later, school, going to a party and coming back, waking up at two in the afternoon… There was food , there was for breakfast, there was for lunch, for dinner, there was clean clothes all the time…”Derbez confessed.
Regarding his father, José Eduardo defined his father as a controller man It has required years of therapy to deal with this problem. And despite not agreeing on many things, they have learned to respect each other’s decisions.
“He has told me that he has taken therapy to better understand his children and to fix these rolls of his hobbies, but he has improved a lot, he is no longer so controlling,” he revealed.
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José Eduardo Derbez BREAKS the silence and tells what it was like to live the separation from his parents