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October 25, 1991 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-25

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Taking A Chance

Continued from preceding page

Consider the case of Belinda
and Roberta.
While waiting in a trendy
restaurant lounge for a din-
ner table, they spotted two
men their age nearby. The
wait-list was very long and
they weren't interested in
drinking their time away, so
they decided to break the ice
with Art and Al. The men's
dinner table came available
first, splitting up the couples-
in-progress. Not one to let op-
portunities slip past her,
Roberta enlisted the hostess's
help in tracking down Art
and Al — and setting up two
extra chairs at their table.
The foursome's frolics
continued all weekend. But
only in public places —
which brings us to disaster
prevention. By taking sev-
eral wise measures, you can
prevent romantic antics
from going astray.
It can be fun to act out of
character, but set some
limits.
Go ahead, live a little —
just be yourself.
Speak up, try making the
first move, and put your
best foot forward. But never
do or say anything that runs
counter to your values, or
that overshadows the good,
special person you truly are.
Try a different setting,
but make sure it's one yOu're
likely to enjoy.
Don't force yourself to go
places that don't appeal to
you. Instead, choose set-
tings that attract people
you'd like to meet.
Do you like career-minded
women? Hang out at busi-
ness association meetings,
not bars. Do you want a
high-energy partner? Round
up mixed doubles matches
at the tennis court, or jog up
to other runners for aerobic
chats. Qualify your pros-
pects through such ac-
tivities, and you'll have a
better shot at success.
Arrange dates on neutral
territory — in public places.
Roberta and Belinda met
with Art and Al in a restau-
rant, upscale dance club,
public park and urban tour-
ist mall.
If you're taking a chance
on romance, give it a chance
— and protect yourself. Af-
ter you get to know your
prospect (warts and all),
there will be plenty of time
for dining in or watching
videos.
Don't confuse "romance"
with "relationship."
Whether you're making
the overture or receiving it,
have reasonable expecta-
tions. Know that the ro-
mance can wear off (for one
or both) before a real rela-
tionship ever begins. And be

honest with each other.
Even if your prospect
doesn't pan out roman-
tically, you might end up
with a new friend — who
probably knows other sin-
gles.
Open your eyes and ears,
not just your mind and
mouth.
It can be great fun to take
a gamble on romance. But
don't you do all the talking.
When taking the brave step
to meet someone outside
your social circle, you must
tune in for the truth behind
your prospect's attractive
facade. Before building your
hopes around someone, be
sure to meet each other's
friends.
That's exactly what Mar-
sha and Steve did after ma-
neuvering into each other's
paths on a Colorado ski
slope.
She was a banking execu-
tive on the East Coast. He
was a lawyer on the West
Coast.
Each gambled an airplane
ticket, stayed with a friend
and met the other's friends.
They've since happily rack-
ed up huge long-distance
and travel bills, getting
closer to each other — de-
spite the distance.

New Horizons
Plans Events

The New Horizons Chapter
of the City of Hope for men
and women 40 and up, will
hold a costume party 7:30
p.m. Oct. 27 at the Alding-
brooke Clubhouse in West
Bloomfield. Costumes will be
made at the party; refresh-
ments will be served. A
general meeting will precede
the party at 6:30 p.m. There
is a charge for the party. For
reservations, call Marsha
Greenstein, 354-0774; or
Dave Lewis, 545-5667.
A bowl-a-thon will take
place 8 p.m. Nov. 16 at West
Bloomfield Lanes. Bowlers
and sponsors are needed. For
information, call Fern Fine,
356-2265. Non members are
welcome.

LOCAL NEWS

Imm" --;

JWV Groups
Plan Meeting

The Lt. Roy F. Green Aux-
iliary and Post #529, Jewish
War Veterans, will hold a
joint business and social
meeting 8 p.m. Oct. 29 at the
JWV Memorial Home.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed following the meeting. For
information, call Mamie
Simrod, 350-1929; or Ruth
Weiss, 356-2544.

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