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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-01

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stresses. Secondly, he recom-
mends doing things that will
create more energy: relax, eat
the right foods, exercise and
have a good attitude. "Obvi-
ously, the more areas in
which you relieve the stress,
the better."
Of never married, widowed
or divorced singles, it is di-
vorced who suffer the
greatest stress, Goren said.
He explained that as people
have negative experiences,
they tend to put bricks in
front of them, saying "I'm not
going to let that happen to
me again." After a while,
people don't want to get
burned anymore and they
start building walls. "People
who have been through the
more negative experiences
(divorce) tend to have the
higher walls. The ones with
the biggest walls in front of
them are the ones who have
been married and divorced."
What can people do to re-
lieve themselves of stress?
They should try to create a
positive environment for
themselves, Goren advocates.
This can be done, he said, by
asking "What do we really

want out of life. Then we'd sit
down and ask, 'What can we
do to make this environment
more positive?' The third
thing is putting them (these
ideas) into effect.
"You sit and talk about
things and that's great, but
until something happens,
nothing's going to change.
And so the third thing we do
is we figure out — prioritize
— the changes that are
needed and figure out ways of
putting those changes into ef-
fect."
Ultimately, Goren said,
everyone wants the same
things out of life: "being
happy, feeling productive and
feeling good about ourselves:
To do that we have to keep
our lives in balance.
"We need balance. Our
emotional life needs to be
balanced. We need to take
time to see where we need to
put our lives back in bal-
ance." The way to do that,
Goren said, is "to constantly
review our lives and make
changes.
"We CAN change ourselves
and can make our experi-
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Many people, particularly
those who have seen the
miracles that exercise can
work on the body, have won-
dered, why can't exercise
work for the facial muscles,
too?
Facial exercise can and
does work, but you have to be
extremely careful about who
you choose to advise you. I
have studied lots of books on
so-called facial exercise or
wrinkle removal and most
aren't worth the paper
they're printed on.
My program of facial exer-
cise was developed over a
ten-year period of extensive
research and testing. Along
the way, dermatologists, plas-
tic surgeons,
ophthamologists, skin care
specialists were consulted
and time was spent in the
anatomy lab.
Every doctor, including my
own father (an ear, nose and
throat specialist) told me I
was wasting my time. I could
see that there were problems

Carol Ewing, president of
Facial Fitness, Inc.

with facial exercise but it
also seemed that they could
be solved.
In this case, perseverance
has paid off. Recently, I was
granted approval for a patent
covering a method of facial
exercise, which instructs
people how to lift, tone, and
tighten their facial muscles
and as a result look younger
and more attractive.
What are some of the
myths surrounding facial
exercise?
Myth 1: Facial Exercises
Don't Work.
Jane Fonda says in her
book, Women Coming of Age,
"Every time we chew, smile
or talk it's a regular facial
workout. If exercising these
muscles helped eliminate
wrinkles, we'd all be smooth
as babies."
It's a lot more complicated
than that. The answer to re-
moving signs of aging from
the surface of the face lies in
knowing how the facial mus-
cles are supposed to fit to-
gether, how each one works,
what happens to the muscles
in the aging process and most

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