The discussion highlighted the journey of fatherhood and positive parenting.
Dubai, UAE, June 2022 – FORM Hotel celebrates Father’s Day with an exclusive interaction in the company of key social media personalities in the region. Often seen as unsung heroes, fathers are the most selfless and caring human beings who play a significant role in every child’s life.
The luxury boutique hotel paid tribute to all the fathers by hosting an insightful discussion with three key speakers coming from different backgrounds. The interaction took place at the hotel, where the hosts and speakers got the opportunity to meet and introduce themselves.
The speakers included Mohamad Yaman Lababidi – a father, entrepreneur, civil engineer and a lifestyle and travel influencer on social media, Walid Riachy – an actor and lifestyle influencer and Hussam AlNabulsi – a lifestyle influencer, Founder and Chief Editor of Dubai 24 Magazine. The event was hosted by Mohanned Majeed, a speaker and RSCI Certified Life Coach, and Zubina Ahmed, Digital Editor at Gulf Business who encouraged the speakers to introduce themselves and provide a glimpse into their lives.
The highlights of the discussion included the journey of fatherhood which is a life changing experience in itself. The speakers expanded on the changes and responsibilities that follow after stepping into fatherhood and how sharing equal responsibilities should not be shameful, but rather an essential step to help both partners in a relationship.
Some of the other topics included perspectives on positive fatherhood and valuable lessons learned from their father which shaped them to be who they are today. These lessons included forgiveness, patience, adaptation and optimism.
When asked to give a message to all aspiring fathers, Yaman Lababidi said, “The most beautiful part of being a father is when you see the future in your child. The one who will make you stand when you are weak. I see myself happy in the future when I look at my son. If you’re aspiring to be a father, you have to be patient, kind, merciful and supportive, and most of all you have to be prepared to have a family.”