This was good, but not as good as the first - or perhaps the novelty is wearing off. Or perhaps because I check it each week, I feel like I've seen them all? Having said that, the book itself is great quality with some very interesting "secrets" in them. A few of them are extraordinarily sad and it makes me hope that the person that sent it was able to let go of it once it was mailed.
Pros: More intriguing looks into the secrets people carry. Cons: Much, much too short. The Bottom Line: What has Frank Warren learned? A lot of us pee in the shower, men have secrets, but women keep the best secrets. In 2004, as Frank Warren tells it, the PostSecret project found him (and not the other way around). He handed out postcards, inviting people to write a true secret and send it back to him anonymously. He handed … more
OK... I'm on a PostSecret book kick now. This time I grabbed The Secret Lives of Men and Women: A PostSecret Book by Frank Warren from the library. And like the first one I read, I was completely drawn in by the human drama played out in the pages. If you don't know, PostSecret is the project started by Frank Warren where people decorate postcards and letters, reveal a secret they have that they haven't told to anyone, and then send it anonymously to PostSecret. Warren has … more
I'm the owner of OffAssist, a virtual bookkeeping company. I like what I do, most of the time ;) - My husband and I got married in '93, we have 2 kids born in 2000 and 2003. I truly love my life. … more
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Postsecret.com founder Frank Warren is back with an irresistible addition to his bestselling PostSecret series. ForThe Secret Lives of Men and Women,Warren has selected a never-before-seen collection of postcards bearing the explosive confessions and captivating revelations of men and women everywhere. Created using photographs, collages, illustrations, and more, the handmade cards offer a compelling dialogue on some of today's most provocative topics--from marriage and infidelity, to parenting, office politics, repressed fantasies, and even abortion--daring us to consider how well we really know our friends, family, even ourselves.