Puts out of perspective - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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put (something) out of perspective
To be unable to see or assess the true value, importance, or significance of something. Leave it to anxiety to put a situation out of perspective.
get, put, etc. something in/out of perˈspective be able/not be able to see or understand the relative importance of particular events, facts, etc: When you’re depressed, it’s very easy to get things out of perspective. Everything worries you. ♢ Let’s try and put your present problems in perspective, then you’ll see that things aren’t as bad as you think.