A friend gave me this book years ago when I was a fairly new father. I started it, but it seemed premature given that my daughters could barely put a sentence together. Now that they are in middle school it seemed like a good idea to pick it up again.
I got some reassurance from it, even if it feels a bit dated. There is nothing about social media or gender identity/exploration, for example. And the chapter on substance abuse just feels out of touch. But if, like me, sometimes you feel a bit out of your depth as a father, maybe it will help.