concern (oneself) about (someone or something)

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concern (oneself) about (someone or something)

To focus one's care or attention on someone or something; to assume a feeling of responsibility for someone or something. Your mother really doesn't need to concern herself about our financial issues—we're perfectly capable of sorting them out on our own. He concerns himself about other people far too much. He needs to focus on his own needs for a while.
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concern oneself about someone or something

 and concern oneself over someone or something
to turn one's thoughts and consideration to someone or something. I hope you will concern yourself over your work a little more. Please don't concern yourself about me. I'll do okay.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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She only has her own practice to be accountable for and she doesn't have to consider performance management for a whole team, stress about disciplinary processes or concern herself about the risks related to introducing practice changes.
But she soon has more to concern herself about when the Barnes family's troubled past is revealed.
Mischa, who splits her time between New York and Los Angeles these days, doesn't concern herself about being seen as a role model for young girls even when slipping up.