All about Us. (Hardcover)

By Philipp Keel

Broadway Books, 9780767905015, 128pp.

Publication Date: January 11, 2000

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Description

Now with a new, updated layout and cover, the extremely popular journal All About Us is a powerfully revealing book for couples, filled with thought-provoking questions to capture relationships in a meaningful yet fun way.

All About Me has given thousands of readers insight into the thoughts, feelings, and events that uniquely shape their lives. Now Philipp Keel has created an even more personal collection of fascinating questions--a fun, non-threatening tool designed to help couples deepen their relationships. Unlike dry record books that merely account for dates and names, All About Us gets to the heart of the matter by asking the questions that partners may be desperately curious about but hesitant to bring up, such as: If you could change one of your partner's body parts, what would it be? You have drawn blood in a fight with an ex (yes/no). Name a habit of your partner that you have proudly accepted.

With questions about romance and sex, daily routines and the life of your dreams, All About Us will help you and your partner discover more about yourselves and each other than you ever imagined possible. Whether you fill it out together, separately, or ask and answer questions aloud, this unique book will help you deepend your relationship and brings a new level of honesty and self-revelation to all couples.



About the Author

PHILIPP KEEL is an artist, author and publisher. Born in Zurich, he worked in advertising for several years before leaving to focus on film making. He studied at the Academy for Television and Film, in Munich, directed and produced the docu-drama, Greetings from Pine Ridge, and wrote and directed Casual, an independently produced film. He is the author of a collection of his photography, Look at Me, as well as the bestselling All About Me book series.


Praise For All about Us.

Praise for All About Me:

"Philipp Keel's book of discover-yourself queries gives us pause indeed. With questions like this, who needs Barbara Walters?"
--Entertainment Weekly

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