reach out to
reach out to (one)
To make contact with one, especially in search of or to offer help, guidance, comfort, or support. I've tried reaching out to her, but she doesn't want to share her feelings with me. You can always reach out to me if you are feeling overwhelmed with your school work.
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reach out to someone
1. Fig. to offer someone a helping hand. You reached out to me just when I needed help the most. I reach out to other people in trouble because I would want someone to do that for me.
2. Fig. to seek someone's help and support. When I reached out to Don for help, he turned me down. Jane reached out to her friends for the help and support that she needed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.