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You must unburden your soul, Share the troubles in your mind, If you don't seek an answer You never, ever will find.
Israel is slaughtering the Palestinian people and we must support these people and unburden them and work for their comfort and stability," he said.
Both artists draw out their thoughts, secrets or forbidden statements that they cannot express verbally or in writing, hence use metaphors to unburden themselves in a very imaginative way.
Off he slid for a private moment of nausea to unburden himself of a fresh pile of vomit.
She is able to unburden him not only because he trusts her clinical judgment, but also because he trusts her to tell him the truth.
in the bottle my heart's shape is blown to unburden my hurt.
But "The Black Donnellys" narrative seems determined to unburden Tommy of his soul so that he'll fit in better with the rest of the show's characters.
Humphrey proceeded to unburden himself of everything he knew about Shreveport--what congressional district the city was in, who represented it in Congress and the restaurant where he ate during a visit there.
Away from the inevitable pressures and distractions of life at home, aptly described by David Elkind in The Hurried Child and All Grown Up and No Place to Go, children have the opportunity to unburden themselves and renew their sense of being kids.
Here he was finally able to unburden himself of the guilt he felt about the death of his bomber crew.
Just the sound of a human voice is so comforting, We yearn for company, to share thoughts and to unburden ourselves.
tie recommends they unburden themselves by talking over problems.