After a long absence, bestselling author Jordan Peterson has climbed back from a brutal medication dependency triggered by a family health crisis. He returns to the stage by launching another book. His last book delivered twelve rules to order one’s life. His new work is titled Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life.
Those who expected something different will only find something more. More rules. These new rules are a bit more serious than the rather corny tenets (Rule 12: Pet a cat when you encounter one in the street) offered in his last book. There are also more references to the same secular, Freudian premises that straightjacketed the first twelve rules.
More is not always better. Twelve rules should be enough for life. Ten would probably be ideal. Nonetheless, Dr. Peterson insists on hammering out twelve more rules.