I attended my first Mother & Son Connection event in 2015 with my nine-year-old son, Aariel. I am a single mom and I look forward to any activity that can help us bond. We had no idea what the event would encompass, but we went with an open mind, looking to making it a fun day. Undoubtedly, it turned out to be an enjoyable day with many opportunities for bonding.
Category: Impact Stories
I’m a Sabahan native, aspiring to be a lawyer. I attended the No Apologies® workshop twice – the first time when I just hit puberty and the second time when I just turned 21. For me, this workshop is one of the most important life preparatory courses, especially in the face of today’s liberal society.
Six years ago, I would have laughed at the notion that my family could ever be a source of encouragement. The cracks in my family were deep and seemingly irreparable. I was practically estranged from my parents and my only brother, Nicholas, who is four years older.
In August 2003, I signed up for the No Apologies (NA) Training of Facilitators event, drawn to it by the curriculum on character building and abstinence for youth.