Does “Lucky In Love” Really Exist?
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But the universe is not always so kind. (Example: Snooki's terrible luck on just about every episode of "Jersey Shore.") "I know more girls who are consistently unlucky than lucky," says Erin, 29. "Some of us make smarter decisions than others; however, some very earnest and well-intentioned lady friends of mine seem to never win — like myself. Overall I really do have great memories of most relationships. I think the universe just didn't have it in the stars for some reason or another."
Chances are, you already know a few key principles that'll increase your odds of building a solid relationship, like stepping outside your apartment regularly or, say, not dating John Mayer. But beyond that, some of us need an extra cosmic push, which is where a little bit of luck could help.
We scoured the country and asked love experts whether luck in love really exists -- and how you can skew the magnetic pulls of the universe in your favor. Before you read on, though, you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do you?