Tia Mowry Reveals What Kept Her Going in 2020 Ahead of Christmas
Tia Mowry's new post on social media was all about sober reflections and the global changes many people witnessed around the world, as she got in the holiday spirit.
"Sister, Sister" alum Tia Mowry's new post on Instagram was nothing short of thought-provoking as she reflected on the global event many citizens witnessed. The star penned in her caption:
"It's fair to say that this year has had its challenges. Never in a million years did i ever think I'd see what we are seeing in our world today..."
The star actress noted that Los Angeles was on the verge of implementing another lockdown. She mentioned that her anxiety was mostly on the rise throughout the year, but she found succor in her family.
The single photo attached to Mowry's soulful post had her sitting indoors and behind a little well-lit Christmas tree. The "Family Reunion" star had her kids showing her some love.
Mowry was photographed kneeling while her kids, Cree and Cairo, stood on either side. The pair pulled at fans' heartstrings as they placed warm kisses on their mom's face.
In July, People caught up with Mowry on how she and her family have been holding up amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. The mom-of-two talked about how she has been keeping her loved ones optimistic.
While speaking, Mowry, 40, noted that not seeing her other family members was beginning to take a toll on her.
The Hollywood star admitted that adjusting to the precautions and new normal was challenging, but she was being steadfast about making sure everyone's mental health was protected. She shared about 9-year-old Cree:
"My son, he's nine, so he is aware of what is going on, but I try to protect him from the scary details[...]"
Mowry stated that while she makes sure her children stay informed about health precautions, she keeps them engaged in different fun activities to keep their minds off the traumatic pandemic.
Mowry kept up the "supermom" image for the sake of her kids and made sure the positivity level in her household was high. However, she had to endure a breakdown.
In March, the star joined ET in an interview where she talked about the pandemic's effect. While speaking, Mowry, 40, noted that not seeing her other family members was beginning to take a toll on her, as the global health crisis got overwhelming.
The former child star shared that she worried so much about keeping her home in order and running a smooth household that she didn't realize how her mental health was on the edge.
However, the star actress got back on track with daily medications while keeping her optimism high that things would get better amid trying to stay safe.
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