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When tempers flare, we Southerners either right the course—or lose control
Ms Bea urges us to tell the whole truth (and nothing but the truth)
Ms. Bea emphasizes the importance of sticking true to your inner voice
When we apologize, we acknowledge our mistake and help ourselves in the process

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