Life as It Is - Workshop for parents

Life as It Is - Workshop for parents

In eight consecutive Sundays the program will take you to the "Workshop for Parents" - a place where they share issues and relationships education of their children. Within the 8 episodes a light will be given to the difficulties faced by parents today in Bulgaria and how important it is for each to find more ways to communicate better with their children. Loved and respected celebrities will also participate in workshops and will share their parenting experiences and ask questions. In support of the workshop will participate: Annie Salich, Titi Papazov, Grafa, Elena Petrova, Daniela Koleva, Kalin Sarmenov and Iva Doychinova. The characters in this season are ordinary Bulgarian families with children at a young age from different parts of Bulgaria who attend “workshop for parents” to try to become more confident, supportive and loving mom and dad. The program will show that there are no set “recipe” for good parenting, as the bound parent-child is individual and very personal. The first episode will be part of the life of Desi and Rumen who expect soon the birth of her second child, the life of Galin and Teddy who are parents only a few weeks now, Miroslava and Errol and their three daughters, and Annie Salich will share personal experiences with her two children. We will show that parenting is not only for adults but also children actively participate and influence their parents and relationships. Watch “Life as It Is - Workshop for Parents” from January 6 every Sunday from 15h. on bTV.

The first 7

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10.01.2013 in News

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The first 7

19.07.2017 in Publications

A Discussion Report ...

13.10.2016 in Publications

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21.04.2016 in Publications

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UNICEF Interview with Professor Frank Oberklaid

20.12.2015 in Publications

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