Summary and Info
I loved Bill McFarlan's "Drop The Pink Elephant," but "Are You Good Enough" is simply unpleasant to read and contains very little useful information.
The book is based on a story about a ficititious couple and their son. Each chapter begins with an event in their lives (for example, the wife overeating while waiting for her husband to get home from work), and attempts to tie that into a couple of pages of text explaining how (in this instance) the wife is overeating because she's really hungry for love.
Unfortunately, the only way in which this book made me feel more self-confident and/or better about myself is the knowledge that my own books actually contain useful information, laid out in steps that can easily be followed by anyone.
Overall, "Are You Good Enough" is a huge disappointment.
More About the Author
William McLean "Bill" McFarlane is a retired professional Canadian football end who played for the Toronto Argonauts.
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