Dear Parents!
This page is currently under construction, but very soon you will be able to get acquainted with all the information that I have prepared for you.

Why did “Happy Parents Practices” appear?
Because:

– the law of “communicating vessels” applies in all spheres of life, that we can share with our children only what we ourselves have.

– our children grow too quickly to delay in learning and applying new and effective knowledge.

– parent-child relations are so important anywhere in our country, our continent, or our planet; regardless of profession, age or status.

That is why “Happy Parents Practices” appeared.  I was helped in creating it from my knowledge in the fields of pedagogy and psychology, coaching, biology as well as my personal experience of being a daughter of an amazing mother, mother of three children, and a grandmother of two.

Here you will find games, practices, questions, and exercises that will help you develop happier relationships in your family by supporting your personal development in more harmonious parenting.

These games, exercises, and questions are easy to perform at home and even when commuting or traveling. What is important is that all improvements in our life are the result of conscious actions. And conscious actions are the result of putting knowledge into practice.

And . . . When I listen: “Olga, what if my child is already . . . 15, 25, 35 years old and older? Is it too late?”, I reply: “It is never too late!”
We will always be parents, and our relationship with our children is a constant process of joint development and improvement.

Leave your comments in the reviews, ask questions, or write wishes. This will help me share with you what is most important and useful to you at the moment. Contact >
With love, Olga Verasen




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and realize own potential


Captain and the ship:
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think and act
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