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November 18, 1988 - Image 126

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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SINGLE LIFE

JEWISH
SINGLES

Lover Shopping

Continued from preceding page

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Weddings
Bar Mitzvahs
Parties
Meetings

patterns of the eighties are a
lot different than those of
yesteryear.
"Today people are more in-
dependent," he says.
"Women's roles have chang-
ed. They are more interested
in somebody other than the
guy next door. They have
higher expectations!"
Gallatin says there is no
one particular place to meet
a possible mate, but that peo-
ple should try and meet
"wherever they happen to be!"
Gallatin recommends
dances, department stores,
grocery stores and bars.
"Whether it's a person in a
bar, a grocery store or any
other location, most of the
time you're not going to meet
the person of your dreams," he
says, "but all you need to do
is focus in one one person."
He says bars are a good
place to meet people because
it makes no difference "if you
see a person in a bar that in-
terests you?" he questions. "If
you're attracted to that per-
son, so what if it's in a bar.
"What's important is the
quality of that person, not
where it is," he says. "Forget
that it's been labeled as a
`meat market! ".
Gallatin says dating is the
same everywhere. "If you're
in California, they tell you it's
better in New York; if you're
in Milwaukee, they tell you
it's better in Michigan!' he
says. "Wherever you're at,
you've got to get the conver-
sation started."
Gallatin says that striking
up a conversation doesn't
always work. Most of the
time, he says, you may find
yourself being rejected. •
"If you do what I say in
Lover Shopping, use good
common sense, know how to
say 'no, and learn to live with
rejection!' he explains. "You'll
meet more people and you'll
sooner find the person you're
searching for!'
Society needs self-help
books because, Gallatin says
"most people's knowledge of
meeting and relating is
pathetic. Even doctors and
lawyers, they don't know how
to ask questions, ask for a
phone number let alone go
out and have a good time.
"We are not taught you're
completely on your own."
"Where are we supposed to
meet people, it's not in our
genetic code, it's in these
books."
Gallatin says that the big-
gest problem for , men is ap-
proaching women, while
women have "more specific,
serious problems."
He says that most women
don't like to initiate a
conversation.
"This is why women need to

flirt," he says. "They don't do
it enough because they're
worrying too much about
what other people are think-
ing."
He says that women look for
men who really pay attention
to them, while men tend to
look for an attractive physical
appearance.
"Women are more in-
terested in sensitivity, and a
little less concerned about a
man's looks," he says. ❑

Social Singles
Chanukah Party

The Social Singles (Jewish
Men and Women ages 40-55)
of the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit invite you to attend a
Chanukah Party on Dec. 7 at
7:30 p.m. in room 239 at the
Maple/Drake Building.
A discussion on "How to
Trace a Family History," will
be led by Ms. Betty
Starkman, a geneologist.
Following her presentation,
she will answer questions.
There is a charge. RSVP by
Dec. 1 to Sheila Miller,
661-2924.

Helga Exhibit
At DIA

Join the Community Net-
work for Jewish Singles for a
showing of 140 drawings and
water colors by Andrew
Wyeth, one of America's best
known painters at the Helga
Exhibit at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts. Carpools will
meet at 1 p.m. at the
Southfield Civic Center out-
side of the library. There is a
charge. The group will have
dinner at a local restaurant
following the Helga Showing.

Book Review
On Sunday

On Sunday at 12:30 p.m., a
book review is scheduled to
discuss "Masquerade" by
Lowell Cauffiel. The review
will be given by Howard
Kaplan and Ruth Katz at the
Jewish Community Center,
Maple/Drake building. Ad-
mission is free.
For more information, call
661-1000, ext. 347.

New Year's
In Orient

The Single's Scenes, a travel
group for Jewish singles is
hosting a New Year's Eve trip
to the Orient.
For more information, call
1-800-843-9728.

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