bleed for someone

bleed for (someone or something)

1. To acutely feel another person's emotional pain along with them. My mother is a crying mess whenever she watches the news because she just bleeds for any victim of a tragedy.
2. To support something so passionately as to accept pain and suffering on its behalf. I know this is an unpopular cause, and I am willing to bleed for it—let's go to the protest!
See also: bleed

bleed for someone

in. to sympathize with someone. I really bleed for you, but there’s nothing I can do.
See also: bleed, someone