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More Than Hype 

When you're practically perfect, it's difficult to admit that you have flaws. Ms. Day should know — she struggles with accepting her one shortcoming almost every day. Fortunately, it's not something that's obvious by looking at her; her blemish is hidden, but it's challenging to correct. What is it, you ask? She'll never say! Never! Ever! (OK, she grinds her teeth at night.) How will she overcome this problem and save herself from societal tarnish? Why, she's going to learn more about the powers of hypnosis during the World Hypnotism Day Celebration at Wild Oats Natural Marketplace (8823 Ladue Road, Ladue; 314-721-8004 or www.wholefoodsmarket.com). This event is hosted by local hypnotherapists Wanda Lutker and Chris Witherspoon, and it runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. That should be plenty of time for them to hypnotize Day and put her on the path toward perfection (and a lasting smile) — and to also begin to help other folks with a variety of unwanted behaviors (including smoking). For more information, visit www.worldhypnotismday.com; there is no charge to participate in this local celebration.
Fri., Jan. 4, 2008

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