Strong Fathers Radio focuses on strengthening children by strengthening fathers and families. The program's goal is to improve the educational environment in order that men may become more involved in the lives of their children. The show provides insights, advice and resources specifically for fathers.
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Dr. Leman is very clear in his guidance for fathers on how to provide positive discipline. Leman reminds us that our job is not to be their friend, or their source of endless praise, but to prepare them for the real world. Tune is and get specific tips on how to come along side your child and provide strong positive discipline.
Building and maintaining a close relationship with your kids is one of the aims of being a stronger father. But finding ways to connect can be difficult. One solution is to find ways to share your interests with your children. Tune in and find out how to get started.
A special needs child places significant demands and stresses on a family. Fathers can find the reality of dealing with an autistic child especially difficult to handle. Our guest in this segment opens up his life and shares with us his personal struggles, trials, triumphs and lessons.
The research is clear. Fathers bring something unique and very important to a child's development. Tune in as our guest explains what the latest studies have now confirmed about the impact of fathers in a child's life.
Yes, we all survived the sexual revolution and turned out okay. News flash: The sexual landscape for teenagers today is exponentially more dangerous than what most fathers experienced in the 60's and 70s. Meeker shares solid, practical, advice for fathers on everything from helping your daughter set sexual boundaries, helping her delay sexual activity and teaching her how to respect and protect her mind, body and heart.
The verdict is in. It’s the little things that count most. Our guest has a strong message for dads: Don’t wait for the big opportunities to connect with your son or daughter. More importantly don’t wait for the big developments to step in an make corrections. The key to good fathering is connecting and correcting in small ways every day.