1. How to Become a Better Parent
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

Are you looking for a user manual to how to raise your child? In this episode of Smart Parents, we use Bible based parenting principles that will help you become a better parent.

 
2. How to Deal with Your Child's Temper Tantrums
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

A child's temper tantrums if not dealt with will turn into angry outbursts as an adult. Learn how to teach your child how to express their desires positively and be rewarded for a lifetime.

 
3. How to Deal with Your Defiant Child
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

Do you have a defiant child? This episode will teach you how to help your child learn obedience through proper ways of communicating and a strong relationship with your child.

 
4. How to Deal with Your Spoiled Brat
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

Sometimes you might not even know that you have a spoilt brat! This episode gives you helpful methods on imparting values to your child such as gratitude, the value of things and respect for others.

 
6. How to Teach Your Child to be Tidy
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

Decluttering, having a designated place for each item and teaching personal responsibility are some of the methods to teaching your child to be tidy. Learn how to teach your child to by tidy in this episode.

 
7. How to React when Your Child Loses Self Control
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

In this episode of Smart Parents, learn how as the superstar of your child's life, you can model self-control and build positive interactions with your child.

 
8. Is Technology Good for My Child
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master. In this episode of Smart Parents, learn to manage and leverage technology well for the good of your children.

 
9. The Golden Rule of Parenting
 

Smart Parents / August 12, 2020

Want to learn how to give your child a sense of security? This episode shares an important golden rule that will keep the home a happy place for you and your child.