Tamera Mowry-Housley Gives 6 Tips For Marriage & Motherhood

Rucuss staffJuly 24, 2013

The Real co-host Tamera Mowry-Housley is a happily married woman and wants to share tips on how she landed her man.

Housley opened up to CocoFab.com about losing her virginity at the age of 29 and what traditional values ladies she follow in an effort to finding the right man for them.

“I’m very traditional,” Housley admitted to Coco Fab. “I’m old school and that’s just how I am. It’s in my DNA. I had to get to the point where I just had to embrace carrying the torch for the traditional girls out there. I love representing the traditional black woman.”

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Housley believes shacking up and being overly sexy is not a good move. She also describes motherhood as the CEO position that most women have been waiting  for. Check out her six tips below.

1. Don’t be rachet. Be refined. Like my grandmother  always said, ‘dare to be different’,” says Tamera. While it’s popular these days  to be the Rihanna to his Chris (okay, sans the abuse fiasco), consider being  different from all of the overly sexy, turnt up girls. Guys want someone who  stands out from the crowd. Remember,  there’s a HUGE difference between wifey and wife! Don’t get it twisted.

2. Practice doesn’t make perfect when it comes to sex If  you start having sex at such a young  age, by the time you’re in your 30s and 40s, it’s old. And you’re trying many  different ways to keep it new,” says Tamera. “I wanted to experience all of that  once I got married and living with my husband.” Perhaps trying all of the kama  sutra positions with your jumpoffs and boyfriends isn’t the best thing. After  all, that will leave nothing new to explore for your husband.

3. Shacking up may be a recipe for disaster. I’m also conservative about relationships like living  together before you’re married. We just spoke about that and I don’t think you  should. I didn’t want to live with my boyfriend because I wanted to get married  to experience that. All the other girls, except for Jeannie, wanted to know what  they were getting before they got married. My position is that I’m jumping into  this thing on faith,” says Tamera says of debating the topic on The Real.  “Statistics show that if you live with your husband before you’re married, divorce rates are higher.” Cohabitating before  marriage may also make the goal of marriage less important because you’re  already playing house. You know the saying about the cow and the free milk…  right!

4. Motherhood is the CEO position you’ve been waiting  for I get called the 1950s mom all the time. I never thought that  wanting to be with your child all the time, would be considered being a 1950s  mom,” says Tamera of juggling jobs and  motherhood. But reality tv and business deals take a backseat to family. “Before  I had Aden, I was in control of as much as humanly possible I thought. And  having Aden taught me, ‘Tamera you just have to let that go.’ You just have  to live day by day, take it an hour at a time. I don’t overwhelm myself and I  prioritize. My family is number one. So whatever makes my son happy, my husband  happy, that’s what I do.

5. Organic and homemade are a black girl’s best friend I  make my baby food myself. It’s healthier but it’s more time consuming, but it is  cheaper. A lot of the baby foods out there have GMOs, genetically modified  foods, in them and they have preservatives and chemicals and that are being  linked to autism. It’s not a proven fact but it is assumed to be linked to  autism,” says Tamera who insists that making baby food isn’t just a white girl  fad. “So I buy organic food for my baby and I make it. I buy, blend it, freeze  it and it’s all mine. Yep, I work and I make the food. It’s possible. I also  nursed for a really long time and that’s the best thing you can do.  I did  it while I was working. My thing is I will go to the extreme for my child to  have the best. It’s just in me. It may be tiring and exhausting but I do it.

6. Having it all together is no fun I remember when I  first had Aden, naturally you want to be the best mom you can be, I wanted to do  everything. I did everything to the best of my ability and I was stressing  myself out because you have to learn to just relax and know that every day isn’t  going to be perfect. You cant control everything,” says Tamera. “I was OCD but I  was never organized so my house will be really clean but under a bed will be a  mess, and the drawers will be a mess. Now the only way I can think straight is  if I organize things in my life. But you’re never going to have that 100% down.”  Remember, do what you can, while you can, the best you can and enjoy the ride  along the way.

After the article was publiched on CocoFab, Housley clarified that she did not mention Chris Brown or Rihanna during her interview. It appears the website allegedly tried to drum up its controversy.

“To cause a controversy @mycocoafab that doesn’t exist is NOT cool,” Housley tweeted. “I absolutely love rihanna! Please don’t make up situations at my expense @mycocoafab to try to stay relevant. Please don’t put words in my mouth. Not cool! Rihanna’s or Chris’s name NEVER came up in that interview @mycocoafab  I’m so confused as to why this site would do this? I forgive you guys :)  Just had to clear that up:)

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