Mothers and Daughters: Navigating an HIV Diagnosis: A Girl Like Me LIVE

Submitted on May 25, 2022

Telling someone you love that you are living with HIV can be really hard. Living with HIV can often impact not just the person who received the diagnosis, but also those around them - including family, friends, and other people they are close with.

During the month of May, and beyond, we celebrate the special dynamic of motherhood as it relates to HIV. In the 19th episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE, host Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin is joined by her own mother, Carol Coleman; Lynette Trawick and her mother-in-law, Karen Trawick; and mother-daughter duo Michelle and Raven Lopez in a heartfelt conversation meant to shed light on these multiple, diverse perspectives of motherhood and HIV. Tune into this enlightening, powerful discussion among women living with HIV and their mothers!

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