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Bless His Heart: The GRITS Guide to Loving (or Just Living with) Southern men

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From the bestselling author of The GRITS® Guide to Life—a manual for catching, loving, feeding, and living with Southern men

If you’re living and breathing in this country, chances are you know a male GRITS (Gentlemen Raised In The South), and if you’re Southern yourself (or just wish you were), chances are you love him, bless his heart—but you sure don’t understand him.
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Kindle Edition, 226 pages
Published (first published 2006)
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Petite YaYA
Jan 20, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Petite YaYA by: Xmas Gift
I enjoyed it. Could see every Southern man(of from wherever) in some part of the book. It is an out-of-print book & I'd never heard of it so I do appreciate my daughter giving it to me @ Christmas.
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Deborah Ford is the founder of Grits, Inc., a merchandising company specializing in women's apparel.

In 1995, Ford--then a high school volleyball coach in Alabama--began printing T-shirts emblazoned with "Girls Raised in the South" to inspire her players. The response she received was so overwhelming that she quit her teaching job and took her products to an apparel trade show. Her multimillion-do
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