NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - It's that time of year: the air gets crisp, the leaves start to turn and people begin to think about coupling. Webster's defines it as "the act of bringing or coming together."
Coupling in autumn is often referred to as "cuffing season," which means the cooler weather makes you want to stay holed up at your place with that special someone.
Gwenyth Paltrow and Chris Martin caused a stir when they decided to consciously "uncouple."
Demetria Lucas, relationship expert and author of the book "Don't Waste Your Pretty," weighs in. Lucas says that no matter what season it is if you're really looking for love you should approach it like a job.