She told InStyle magazine: "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."
I'm sure it helped that she bounced back with a much younger hottie.
And although Tony's cheating scandal made international headlines, she insists she has no hard feelings towards him.
She explained: "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 may not have any hard feelings against him, but I do. He was kind of a d-bag for cheating on his wife with his former teammates wife. But the good news is Eva has moved on and seems as happy as ever. Okay, maybe not as happy as ever, but she's getting there.
And don't ever expect to hear details about the split. Eva's a closed book. She said: "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."
I'm sure rebounding with Eduardo Cruz, who happens to be 10 years her junior, helped her bounce back.