I Love You. Now What?: Falling in Love Is a Mystery, Keeping It Isn't


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Atria Books
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5.53 X 0.75 X 8.53 inches | 0.88 pounds
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About the Author

Mabel Iam is a psychotherapist and relationship expert, as well as the author of several national and international award-winning bestsellers. She often appears on Telemundo and Univision and has a weekly radio show. Visit her website at www.mabeliam.com.


No need for miraculous pills or phony infomercials. Mabel Iam teaches us with originality, elegance and spice how to make love a daily ritual of understanding, enjoyment and pleasure. -- Walter Larrosa, Ocean Drive en Espanol
It might be true that to learn the art of love there are no schools, but the pages of this book are as good as a classroom. Iam teaches us that there should be no boundaries to how we express what we feel toward someone else and to how we enjoy a relationship in the fullest way possible. -- Johanna Torres, Editor-in-Chief, Siempre Mujer
Mabel Iam has found the real pill against heartbreak in the form of a book that doesn't bother telling us what we already know about sex and relationships, revealing instead the secrets we can't afford to be without to be truly happy in love. -- Anjanette Delgado, author of The Heartbreak Pill
Mabel continues to show us the practical applications of loving and being loved without breaking the magical enchantment of love. -- Lissette Valdรฉs-Valle, journalist
It's without a doubt the best guide I have ever read for real, intimate and long-lasting relationships. Whether you're married, single, with or without love interest, this book is a must. -- Julia Dangond, senior TV and entertainment executive
Mabel Iam offers a practical guide for keeping love alive and finding, once and for all, a perfect and harmonious relationship. -- Julio Cรฉsar Paredes, El Diario/La Prensa
I've been really moved. This book is full of tenderness worth enjoying. -- Josรฉ Antonio Ponseti, programming director, Caracol Radio