Author Lisa Sugarman Endorses Rookie Father

I’m honored to share one of the first endorsements for Rookie Father, from the acclaimed author, Lisa Sugarman.

Lisa Sugarman, author of three well-respected titles, nationally distributed columnist, and radio talk-show host, has endorsed Rookie Father.

Her works include:

How to Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids and Be OK with It: Real Tips & Strategies for Parents of Today’s Gen Z Kids

Life: It Is What It Is

Untying Parent Anxiety (Years 5-8): 18 Myths that Have You in Knots – And How to Get Free

I invite you also to check out her blog,, and her media appearances.

Here is the complete endorsement Lisa Sugarman shared, regarding her endorsement for Rookie Father:

First-time dads need Rookie Father!

If you’re one of the almost 20 million men out there who grew up without a dad of your own to teach you the guiding principles of being a good man and father, then you’ve just found the ultimate playbook to show you the way. Rookie Father checks all the important boxes by touching on everything from the importance of creating meaningful rituals with your kids to why it’s soooo important to have a cohesive partnership with your spouse. And I love that the author used his own experience as a child of divorce throughout the book to share his insights and give new dads permission to use the hard moments from their past to create a lasting legacy for the future. Giving this one to every new dad I know. 

–Lisa Sugarman, mom of two, nationally syndicated columnist, radio show host, and author of How To Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids And Be Ok With It, Untying Parent Anxiety, and LIFE: It Is What It Is

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