Being away from kids makes Reese Witherspoon feel guilty
Los Angeles, Dec 19 (IANS) Actress Reese Witherspoon feels guilty when she is unable to spend enough time with her children.
Witherspoon, who has Ava, 17, and Deacon, 13, with her ex-husband Ryan Phillippe and four-year-old Tennessee with her spouse Jim Toth, says that it can be tough being away from her children when she is working, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Every woman feels guilty if they’re working or guilty if they’re staying home all the time. There are all sorts of factors in between about economics and what each family needs,” Witherspoon told Glamour magazine.
Her next show “Big Little Lies” has a lot to do with that.
She said: “It’s about the complexity of women’s lives and the choices they have to make that affect their self-esteem and their marriage and their family.”
“You have to just live your life and make your own choices. Every family is different, and every family has to make their own choices, based on their circumstances. You have to rise above any negativity and know that you’re doing the right thing for your family,” Witherspoon added.