Tia Mowry-Hardrict seems to be such a doting mom with little Cree, and the Instant Mom star says it's her son who taught her the most about love. In a recent interview with The Jasmine Brand, Mowry-Hardrict shared how Cree has helped her be more kind not only with him, but in other parts of her life.
"I really learned what unconditional love is and really was," she said. "If my husband was cooking and he had a raw egg in his hand and it fell on the floor, I would be like 'What the hell?!' but if my son did that, I would be like, 'Aww baby that's okay, that's alright honey we'll pick it up.' So you learn how to love unconditionally and I've been applying that to my everyday life so that's what I've learned."
The actress also shared a deep fear of hers: losing out on love in her life.
"One of my biggest fears would have to be to not be loved. I think love, when you're in love, when you are loved, it's definitely a piece of heaven and when that's taken away from you it's really not a good thing," she said.
"So, I fear that the world would lose love, stop learning how to love unconditionally, stop learning how to love all races, all socio-economical statuses, all sexual preferences, that's my fear — that this world will turn into a world full of hate because love is amazing and it's beautiful," Mowry-Hardrict added.
To view the entire interview, click here.
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