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Testimonials

 

People are talking about The Five Essential Friendships Program!

 

 

 

“Christine Mabon was a welcome speaker to our Women’s Breakfast Program at Friendship Village of South Hills. She was well prepared, natural and spoke from her heart. Her development of her topic is intriguing and reminds us of the really important things in life. She was a delight and made me think of the utter importance of friends and how to think about them and to nurture them. I recommend her presentation without hesitation.”

                                   –  Jeanie Snodgrass, Friendship Village of South Hills

 

 

“Years ago my best friend and I struggled in a major downpour to get to the library to hear Christine Mabon’s talk on friendships. Her message has stayed with me ever since! What a simple yet unique way of reflecting upon our cherished friends, old and new, near and far, what they mean to us, and how they’ve helped shape us. Like a moth to a flame, Christine encourages us to think and reflect in a very insightful, positive way. Her monthly Newsletter is just the pick-me-up I need, and I feel so blessed we made that effort to meet her!”

                                – Jan Roslund, Murrysville, PA

 

 

“Love your newsletter!

You have found many delightful tidbits to brighten my day.   The pictures and poems/thoughts are great. Thanks!”

                              – Kay

 

“Chris presented the keynote speech at our Women’s Business Network annual retreat;  and it more than fulfilled our expectations.  I highly recommend her to any group that desires a speaker who delivers with intelligence, polish, grace, and humor.”

                            – Kate Thompson, Licensed Professional Counselor

 

“Hi Chris,

I thoroughly enjoy the monthly newsletters. They are fun, enjoyable and even educational!”

                              – Shirley