Why Jennifer Aniston Can’t Find Her Love  

As most of you probably already know, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have split after two years of marriage. This is yet another devastating blow to all of us who just want Jen to find happiness. It appears that their breakup was mutual and that they still care about each other very much. However, I still find it completely devastating.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Jennifer Aniston’s love story saga, she was married to Brad Pitt from 2000-2005 (and dated many men before that,) until they split because he fell in love with Angelina Jolie (now don’t quote me on this, because I can’t technically prove it... but I mean, c’mon, we know I’m right.)

After this marriage fell apart, she dated guys including Vince Vaughn, John Mayer, Gerard Butler, and had rumored romances with others as well. Then, around 2013, she began dating Justin Theroux and, after a year of dating, he proposed and they got engaged. They married in August of 2015 and it was announced a couple weeks ago that they are separating.

Now why can’t Jen find Mr. Right? Well I’ve been asking myself the same question for some time now and I have a few theories:

1. Men can’t handle her outrageous success.

Let’s be real, not many people compare to Jennifer Aniston when it comes to her successful career. She was a star on one of the most popular shows in television history and has since been in more movies than I can even remember. Not only is she a household name, but she is one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood. Intimidating, much?

2. She has a unique personality,

Now, I have never met Jen personally (in my dreams, right?) but perhaps she just has a big, bold personality that men can’t handle. While I find this to be hard to believe, I can’t completely rule it out as a possibility.

3. She has simply not met “the one.”

This theory sort of encompasses the other two. Maybe Jen just hasn’t met her perfect guy yet but, when she does, he will accept her and her unique personality and buckets of money.

I, personally, really hope it’s theory three because I think America’s favorite girl next door deserves happiness and deserves for the tabloids to stop printing ridiculous, untrue stories about her and her relationships.

I have hope for you, Jen. You got this.