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

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by Mabel Iam
 

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Often we enter into a relationship and say, "I love you," but then wonder, "Now what?" Feeling love for someone is not enough to keep the spark alive. Successful relationships must be based upon a solid foundation that's rooted in a continuous exchange of emotions, ideas, wills, beliefs, actions, reactions, vibrations, thoughts and objectives. Often this can be

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I Love You. Now What?: Falling in Love Is a Mystery, Keeping It Isn't 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a must for any couple, single person, whether they are dating, engaged, or married. I just stared to practice the techniques that this book has and already I can see the changes in my own relationship.
GMGM More than 1 year ago
I love you now what? is aimed at marriage it is oh so applicable to many levels of life. Marriage, work relationships, friendships and so many more relationships could benefit greatly were the principles here be applied.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book from the very first page until the final one. I found it enlightening and comforting as well as entertaining and helpful! It provided me the insights and tools that I needed. I am now involved in a fabulous relationship that probably would never have evolved without the help and guidance that I gained from this book. I've since ordered copies for my two best friends who, like me, have struggled with relationships in the past.I highly recommend this book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really think it is worth your money, and more. This is a book that works. Try putting any of the suggested techniques into practice... they do work, and wonders at that too. Every thing's clearly explained with step by step guidelines. Iam makes you aware of things I'm sure you've never even imagined were relevant. It's a real epiphany, mindblowing. Guaranteed to make you change. And the approach is just so great I was going through a stage in my life when sex had become boring and routine and my relationship was on the rocks. This book is one of the reasons I got myself going again. Simply, it makes you want to try things out, which is something that cannot be said of many of the books of this type.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read many relationship books, but this is the first one that has really helped me. I had a difficult home life growing up, and the wounds followed me into my adult life. When I got into relationships I was placing high demands on my partners to fulfill all my emotional needs and make me happy. Consequently, I still was not happy and my partners suffered too. I was relieved to find out that 'I' was the one that could make me happy, and in order to achieve that happiness 'I' needed to grow both spiritually and emotionally. It's a great book and I think everyone would benefit from reading it, whether they are currently in a relationship or not.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'I Love You. Now What?' is the most direct and logical approach to the hardest answered questions in life. Questions about understanding ourselves, understanding our mates, understanding emotions and most importantly, understanding LOVE. Mabel Iam has outdone herself with this informative guide to all of these mysteries and more. She has opened my eyes to things that seem so obvious now that I had until now been unaware of. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is in love, has ever been in love or is looking for love.