rock (one) to (one's) core

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rock (one) to (one's) core

To affect one very deeply or profoundly, especially in a startling or revelatory fashion. The sudden arrest of my business partner for murder has rocked me to my core, leaving me questioning everything I once knew. The dramatic ending to the film rocked him to his core.
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It's a different form of pain, one that rocks you to your core. You meet someone and fall in love with their soul, whether it's a friendship or relationship, your spirits connect.