Interviews & Live Appearances


Dr. Marjorie is constantly sought out for her personal perspective around how COVID-19 has affected her and her clients.  Below are a few of her interviews.  If you would like to schedule an interview, please do so using the link below.

Marjorie Roberts

March 26, 2021, by grace, marks my one-year anniversary of fighting Covid 19 and its infiltration into my total existence. What started out as a normal day ended with my life being forever changed and life as I had known it would never be the same. Over the past year, I have done everything I could do to let the world know that Covid 19 was real and not a hoax. I had to change the way I was living my life because I was afraid I would awaken the sleeping giant that has become a constant companion and left nodules on my lungs and spots on my liver with a note stating if I do not be careful it may return to pick up where it left off. This past year I have learned that my parents were truly excellent parents because of the way my siblings and I were raised. I was taught to never sell my soul under any circumstances because if I did, I could never get it back. During Covid 19 I have witnessed a lot of soul-selling going on with people choosing what they wanted over what was needed and it cost the lives of over 500,000 people and affected the lives of millions of others. Mentally I am in a good space but physically I am still facing challenges daily because of a decrease in stamina due to Covid. I now work from home because I am not comfortable doing otherwise, I have a Life Coaching business geared towards helping Covid 19 survivors find ways to mentally recover and find some sense of dealing with life after Covid. I am now my own boss and I am doing what I cannot call work because I love what I do. I am a mom, wife, sister, friend, Covid-19 survivor, advocate, and Lifecoach. AND YET AGAIN I SMILE.

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How 535,000 Covid Deaths Spurred Political Awakenings Across America | Through Zoom trainings and virtual lobbying days, people who have lost loved ones or their own health to the coronavirus are trying to influence federal policy.

What We Can Learn From 'Long Covid'

Millions of people worldwide who survived an initial Covid-19 infection continue to struggle with debilitating symptoms months later. Physicians are unable to explain their illness. But there's now a name for it: Long Covid. The medical community is hoping that the data trove from Long Covid survivors can not only help them understand their conditions, but also how to treat illnesses with similar symptoms. In a previous version of this podcast released on March 26, we said that Body Politic published survey results in December. The Patient-Led Research Collaborative for Covid-19 published the paper.


COVID-19 Can Last for Several Months: The disease’s “long-haulers” have endured relentless waves of debilitating symptoms—and disbelief from doctors and friends.

COVID survivors' main symptoms can linger for weeks or even months, causing pain, trouble breathing, nightmares and even organ failure.
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