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March 15, 1991 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-15

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Roommates

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still call their friends in the
middle of the night, or tell
you to stay in your room
when they have their boy-
friends over, it's time to
think about leaving."
Ms. Shecter, who is look-
ing for a job in desk-top
publishing, said she's look-
ing for a place where she can
concentrate on her career.
"It's hard to be on a
schedule when you're living
someone else's lifestyle," she
said. "It's even worse when
your roommates start in-
truding into your personal
life."
One sticky situation oc-
curred when Ms. Shecter
started dating one of her
roommate's former boy-
friends.
"She thought they were
still going out," Ms. Shecter
said. "It got really bad when
he couldn't come into the
apartment."
Now, Ms. Shecter said, her
roommate listens in on her
conversations and wants to
know everything about her
social life.
"She even calls my friends
now," she said. "And on top
of that, she's a cleaning
freak. She must vacuum
three times every day."
Ms. Shecter admits she
will probably miss not hav-
ing someone to come home
to.
"It can be nice to have
people around all the time.
It's also good practice for
when you get married. Liv-
ing with other people can be
a positive experience, but
it's also very chancy."
Jeff Weisserman, 28, of

Singles Meet
On Relationships

The Jewish Community
Center Singles will host a
"Relationship Enhancement
Group for Singles," beginning
in April for thirteen weeks.
The purpose of the groups
will be to enhance self-esteem
and increase one's ability to
develop and maintain in-
timate relationships.
Assertiveness training, let-
ting go of resentment towards
past relationships, coping
with emotions and attitudes
toward helping to increase in-
timacy, will be taught in
small groups.
The groups will be led by
Shirley Berman and other
staff at Wayne State Univer-
sity's psychology clinic, using
experiential and other techni-
ques. Sessions will be held at
the Maple-Drake building
and will cost $2.00 each plus
the cost of three textbooks.
For information by March
20, call the Wayne State
University Psychology Clinic,
577-2840.

West Bloomfield, is in the
market for a new roommate.
He wishes he weren't. His
former roommate of 1 1/2
years is leaving to be mar-
ried.
"Ron and I had a great re-
lationship. He'd get up after
I had left and usually come
home after I was asleep. Oc-
casionally, we'd notice signs
of each other's existence."
Mr. Weisserman recently
placed an ad for a new
roommate. One woman
called wanting to know if
he'd mind living with her 77-
year-old father.
"It's very frustrating," he
said. "Trying to find a com-
patible roommate is a little
like finding the right mar-
riage partner. You have to
consider personality and
chemistry." ❑

New Horizons
Movie Party

The New Horizons Chapter
of City of Hope (singles 40
and up) will hold a movie par-
ty 7 p.m. March 23 at the
Americana Theatre and at-
tend a movie. An afterglow,
music and dinner will follow
at the home of a member in
Southfield (at shared cost).
For reservations by March
18, call Ronnie Sinai,
354-5553; or Allen Kidickel,
355-0414.

Center Singles
Hold Brunch

The Jewish Community
Center Singles will host a
brunch for singles (21-45) 11
a.m. March 24 at the Wyn-
dham Garden Hotel in Novi.
There is a charge.
For reservations by March
22, call Harry Pevos,
355-3512; or Mike Silvers-
tein, 541-8634.

LOCAL NEWS

Youth Program
Hears Speaker

Farmington Youth Assist-
ance will sponsor a night for
parents 7:30-9:30 p.m. March
19 featuring Dr. Bruce
Baldwin, psychologist, con-
sultant, and author of Beyond
the Cornucopia Kids at Farm-
ington High School.
In his presentation, "How
to Raise Healthy Achieving
Children," Dr. Baldwin will
offer insights and advice in
strategic parenting areas.
Topics to be covered include
instilling integrity, creating
character and sensitivity, and
building motivation.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the FYA office,
489-3434.

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