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Danielle Rogers: Motivational Speaker and Mother

By Robert Breining

October 1, 2012

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Danielle Rogers -- Motivational Speaker and Mother
Danielle Rogers -- Motivational Speaker and Mother

On Sunday September 30th at 9pm EST Danielle Rogers aka "Mama D" shared what it is like to be a parent of an HIV+ child.

Danielle Rogers embraced the "learning how to make lemonade from lemons" mentality very early in life. As a child she endured a turbulent household and parental instability which meant little encouragement; while emotional abuse defined her daily life. She therefore, developed an inferiority complex and a sense of worthlessness.

As an adult she conceded estrangement from her adult child (Jamar Rogers) who suffered through the self-destructive pain of a six year drug addiction and reckless living. He ultimately contracted HIV. Her son, Jamar Rogers was a recent contestant on The Voice and publicly broke down barriers of stigma by revealing his HIV status on national television. Danielle supported him by showing unconditional love through out his reign on the show.

Danielle is an inspirational speaker, writer, mentor, parent-coach and motivator. However, her greatest love and achievement to date, is her cherished role as the mother of two vivacious, gifted, well-respected adult children and "GrandDiva" to two little princesses!




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