Parenting from the Inside Out
But... I have to say that this book wasn't quite as helpful as the last. There were long chunks of text explaining the science behind the psychology, which made my eyes glaze over. My favourite sections were personal examples from the lives of the authors of where they had failed as parents -- this was reassuring and relatable, and if the whole book had consisted of these stories, I would have enjoyed it a lot more.
The theory covered a lot of ground that I was already familiar with, which is my own fault for reading so many of these damn books.
I'm relieved I only borrowed this from the library and didn't actually buy it.