The divorced Hollywood star believes she is so good at helping people through their love woes, she could easily have made a career from it.
She said: "I feel I have an ability to understand relationships and see things clearly. I've always tried to be supportive to the people who are close to me and I like to think that I give good advice. I think I'd have made a good therapist if I hadn't become an actress."
But while the actress relishes solving other people's problems, she would rather hers were kept out of the limelight.
She is quoted by Britain's More magazine as saying: "I'm a private person and even though I've enjoyed a lot of success, I still feel I have a right to some basic privacy. My career is going where I want it to go, and I'm working.
"I'd rather not have my personal relationships receive so much attention, but that's not going to stop me from falling in love."
Jennifer can next be seen alongside Scarlet Johansson, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Connelly and Drew Barrymore in the star studded film adaptation of self-improvement book He's Just Not That Into You.