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May 13, 1988 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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tions: _Forget yourself, focus

on the other person; ask open
ended questions, what, when,
how and where (why is
threatening, don't use it) and
find a commonality between
yourself and the person with
whom you are trying to
connect.
Among the other topics
covered at the day-long event
were: Dinner for One or Two,
Divorce and Angry Children,
Singles and Money, Single
Parenting, Risk Taking,
Traveling Single and Liking
It, Classified Love (personal
ads) and Thinking Positive in
a Negative World.
What was the most impor-
tant piece of advice the
singles gained? In order to
make connections, one must
take risks. Yet, no matter
what the result, whether a
connection is made or not, no
one is a loser. According to
psychologist Bernstein,
"you're a loser if you don't do
anything?'

Chai Lifestyles
Plans Activity

Chai Lifestyles (for gay and
lesbian Jews and friends)
celebrates Flower Day at
Detroit's Eastern Market,
Sunday, between 10 a.m. and
3 p.m.
Call Chai Lifestyles,
353-6149, to determine
meeting place. All are
welcome.

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'Horsemen'
Book Reviewed

Phyliss Berlin will review
Run with the Horsemen by
Ferrol Sams at 12:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish Com-
munity Center Maple/Drake
Building. Bagels and coffee
will be served. Admission is
free. The program is spon-
sored by the Community Net-
work for Jewish Singles.

Bicycle Club
Takes A Ride

Community Network for
Jewish Singles announces the
Peddlers Bicycle Club will
take the first of a series of
bike rides Sunday, meeting
10:30 a.m. outside of the front
lobby at the Jewish Com-
munity Center Maple/Drake
Building.

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