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September 07, 2006 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-09-07

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her to King and the beginning of a
successful relationship that has lasted
almost a decade.
"Jeffrey and I complement each
other," she explains. "We're not
engaged in any ego or power struggle,
and we respect each other. That's the
bottom line; that's why it works."


When she's not working, Weinstein
attends Temple Shir Shalom in
West Bloomfield. She also belongs
to a seven-member Kabbalah group
headed by Ann Arbor resident Karen
Greenberg that meets monthly.
"The group explores how the ideas
of the Kabbalah relate to how we live
our lives," Weinstein explains. "My

faith guides me to be the best person I
can be, with family, in the work world
and how I go through my day. I try
to be conscious and aware of what I
say and how I say it. It's helped me
A single parent for more than a
decade, she's looking forward to hav-
ing even more time to explore per-
sonal interests now that her children
are getting older. When asked about
her hobbies other than antiquing,
Weinstein laughs.
"I've always loved shopping, movies
and even tried yoga for awhile," she
says. "Then my kids got to be teenag-
ers and worrying about them took
over my life. To be honest, I'm looking
forward to having hobbies again." ❑



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