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August 16, 1991 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-16

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I SINGLE LIFE I

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SPECIALISTS IN OUTDOOR
LANDSCAPE LIGHTING

Mr. (Ms.) Wrong

Continued from preceding page

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from traditional to contemporary.

■ Professional lighting consultants to assist you with all your
lighting needs.

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MAGIC
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REMORIES

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by DAVID CITRNI
•weddings • baribat mitzvahs • sweet fibs

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• Be honest with yourself.
Know what you can live
with. Also know that "what
you can live with" is fre-
quently quite different from
"what you can put up with
for a couple of hours" when
you're in a great mood or
have had too much to drink.
Over time, your date's
idiosyncrasies can swing
from endearing to irritating.
Bobbie saw herself as
highly tolerant and accep-
ting of others, but when it
came to the main man in her
life, try as she may, she fell
short of her goal.
Rick tested her patience
by never calling when he
said he would. Because this
was a long distance affair,
calling played a rather dom-
inant role. Bobbie became
adept at biting her tongue to
avoid phone-to-phone com-
bat, but her internal agita-
tions raged on. Finally she
telephoned Rick one evening
and called it quits.
On the flip side, free-
flighty sorts should not try
to land an anal retentive
suitor as a savior. If you
wait for bounced checks to
signal a need to reconsider
your finances, and your
partner calculates tips to the
penny, breakdowns will like-
ly preclude any hoped for
balance.

• Know what you want,
not just what you'd like.

Be realistic. Deep down,
most of us don't want our
dreams to come true. Fan-
tasies don't tend to fit in
with the demands of reality.

For years, Arlene searched
for a man "I could do every-
thing with." But no matter
how clever and cultured her
date proved to be, she would
dismiss him after a few
weeks. What she really
wished for was someone
amenable to doing every-
thing together — but only
when she wanted to do
them.
A loner through her
youth, she jealously guarded
her free time and her inde-
pendence. What she truly
sought was a mate with
whom she could coexist —
not bond into one being.
Someone who would respect
her privacy needs, pursue
his own goals, but be there
when she needed compan-
ionship and intimacy.
To find who you're looking
for, you need to know what
you're looking for. Do you
want a soulmate or a
playmate, a partner for life
or a companion from time to
time?
You have to know who you
really are. Strip away all
those years of self-

perceptions that might be
out of tune with who you are
today.
And don't have unreason-
able expectations for others
— or yourself.
To make any relationship
work, there will be things
you have to live with and
live without. Just know your
limits.
Once you sacrifice your
self-esteem or your sanity to
Mr. or Ms. Wrong, you
lose. ❑

New Horizons
Elects Officers

New Horizons Chapter, Ci-
ty of Hope, held its first an-
nual election of officers.
Elected for the coming year
are: president, Marilyn Guss;
vice presidents, Sharon Stein,
Fern Fine, Marsha Green-
stein; secretaries; Sharon
Honeyman, Shelly Katlein,
Roz Fuertes; treasurer, Mar-
ti Cohen.
Installation of officers will
take place at the paid-up
members dinner 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 25 at the Franklin
Pointe Clubhouse. For reser-
vations by Aug. 20, call
Sharon Honeyman, 557-8904.

Jewish Singles
Play Softball

Southfield Jewish Singles
play co-ed softball every Sun-
day at Catalpa Field, 11 1/2
and Greenfield (behind
Oakland County Medical
Building).
For information, call Jack
Lewis, 543-8237.

'H LOCAL NEWS

Morgenthau Lodge
Sets Installation

Abraham Burnstein is
president for the Henry
Morgenthau L'Chayim B'nai
B'rith Lodge for 1991-1992.
Other officers are vice
presidents: Harold Zuker,
Allan Nathan and Ernie Nee-
dle. Secretaries include
Henry Cohn, Phil Rothschild
and Phil Needle.
Trustees are Jesse Antman,
Ted Frazis, Leslie Kay, Mar-
vin Litt, Joel Marwel,
Sheldon Rosenberg, Phil
Rothschild, Phil Needle and
Mitchell Bloom.
Jerry Helfman is past
president.
The installation of new of-
ficers will take place 11:30
a.m. Aug. 25 at the Somerset
Inn, Troy.
For reservations, call Jerry
Helfman, 788-1175; or Allan
Nathan, 647-4172.

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