Hi, I have a question.

She is not too kind to help me.

Can I understand above as below?

She is not kind enough to help me.
No.

"Not too X to Y" means "If someone were X enough, it would prevent him from doing Y; however, this person is not so X that he will not do Y".

In this case it doesn't make sense because being kind would never prevent someone from helping someone else.

Used correctly you'd see sentences like "She is not too proud to ask for help" or "He was not too stupid to know he was in over his head".
Thank you CSnyder. I think your answer is correct. But I have some exceptional sentenses below:

1.What you really like to do is conduct a randomized, controlled experiment that lets you to determine the relationship between variables.

Unfortunately, the governors of those randomized states wouldn't too kindly to your experiment. So your chances of actually conducting this experiment are zero. - 'Superfrakonomics' Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner

2.Reggie Bush: I’m not too small to run between the tackles

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/09/17/reggie-bush-im-not-too-small-to-run-between-the-t... /

What would you think about these?
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1.What you really like to do is conduct a randomized, controlled experiment that lets you to determine the relationship between variables.
Unfortunately, the governors of those randomized states wouldn't take too kindly to your experiment. So your chances of actually conducting this experiment are zero. - 'Superfrakonomics' Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner

1) is a different expression that uses similar wording. "X wouldn't take too kindly to Y" means "X would not like Y" with an overtone that "X has the power to stop Y".

2) makes sense. "Running between the tackles" in football is something you would expect to require a large man, because the linemen are enormous. Reggie Bush is saying that even though he's only 6', 200 lbs, he is large enough to run between the tackles.
Thank you CSnyder. It's very clear to me now.
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