Cut my own throat - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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cut (one's) own throat
To cause problems for oneself with one's own actions (which are often motivated by anger). I know you're mad at your dad, but don't cut your own throat here—running away is only going to make your life harder.
cut your own throat bring about your own downfall by your actions.
cut your own ˈthroat do something that is likely to harm you, especially when you are angry and trying to harm somebody else: You cut your own throat when you told him to leave. How are you going to manage alone?
References in periodicals archive
I am not going to cut my own throat
by selling my better players.
I can't cut my own throat
- if I've got a player who's doing really well, then he has to play.
I could have cut my own throat
as, if the colt hadn't won, his sister could have missed her reserve and ended up with me.