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How to Find True Love: Or Rather, How It Finds You


            How to Find True Love: Or Rather, How It Finds You.
             Lois Smith Brady, who writes about love and weddings for the New York Times, in .
             her article How to Find True Love: Or Rather How It Finds You, published by Printece .
             Hall in 2003, showed us that true love comes unexpectedly and you should just wait for it.
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             Her experience of love began, when she was 12 years old. Usually, she was .
             waiting for a boy, who asked her for dance, during her Dancing class. Unfortunately, she .
             was last one. She thought that love belongs to only special girls. She worried about it. .
             Finally, she met Mat, who was handsome and a good storyteller. They spent time together .
             until the end of the school. She got a lesson that “ the potential of love exists in corners, .
             in the most unlikely as well as the most obvious places.” Sometimes her experience of .
             love looked likes tragicomic novel.
             .
             When she moved in New York, she still looked for love. Her roommate was a cute .
             girl, who had a lot of boyfriend. At that time, she thought that “love was something behind .
             tinted window, part apparition, part shadow, definitely unreachable.” Suddenly, she got a .
             job of her dream. She started to write about love and weddings for a magazine. She could .
             make a research and find answers for her questions about real love. She interested “ How .
             do you know it’s love?” She asked this question many people. Finally, she found that real .
             love when you interest about everything about her or him and can talk whole day and don’t .
             worry about time. Next, she found that if you love someone you will do everything .
             for his happiness. .
             Lois Smith Brady became an expert on love when she started to write about love .
             and weddings for New York Times. She said, “ Love is plentiful as oxygen.” She was an .
             expert but didn’t meet her own true love yet. Many people asked her as an expert on love .


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