pour (one's) soul out (to someone)

(redirected from pour their soul)

pour (one's) soul out (to someone)

To share one's deepest or most intimate emotions, thoughts, or secrets, especially in a profuse or sudden manner. Samantha poured her soul out to me last night about how grief-stricken she's been since her father passed away. Sorry for pouring my soul out like that. I've been keeping those feelings bottled up for a long time.
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"The volunteers at the hospice pour their souls into looking after terminally ill patients through thick and thin, which is why we are fundraising for them.
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In Jolly Lad he uses the analogy of comparing his website to that of a garden shed - insisting artistic men require a 'shed' to divert their attention and pour their souls into - often without such they can be lost to the whims of self-destruction.
Despite their differences, they slowly come to pour their souls out to each other.