put yourself out thereexpression

  • ja(新しい恋人探しのために)安全地帯から出て新しい経験をしたり普段出会わない人たちと会うこと
  • ento go out of your comfort zone and make a conscious effort to try new things and meet different people, often with the intention of starting a new relationship

Examples

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I think you're so cool.
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Maybe you just need to put yourself out there a little ⁠—
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- I'm gonna stop eating with you if you keep doing this ⁠— - Hey, I'm saying one ⁠—
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You said I could say one thing!
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I finally, over the past year, have felt like I was in a place to put myself out there again.
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I've very much enjoyed the dating process.
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And it's changed my dating life to where ⁠I actually have a dating life now,
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which I didn't have before.
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One thing that's really cool is that I was in that position, you know?
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Not on a television show.
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But you have to put yourself out there so many times in this line of work.
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As much as they may have been learning from pointers that I was giving,
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I feel like I'm learning a lot just being around people who are passionate about this and really, really wanna make this happen right now.
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Some are a little hesitant at first.
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They've seen other people get hurt.
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They don't wanna get hurt themselves.
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But sometimes, you just have to say, "What the heck?"
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And take a risk.
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Because damn it, Pam, you're too good to not put yourself out there.
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And you said you don't wanna stay single forever.
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Still, Ross doesn’t just end up with Rachel by chance.
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He builds a strong friendship with her,
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and then he puts himself out there and shows Rachel how much he loves her.
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So, just as we saw in Rachel’s career, in our love lives too,
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we have to be brave and go for it.
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Here, I just want it to be like, "This is how cruel kids can be."
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That oboist gets shot down.
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And I very much want to put that there as like,
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this is what happens when you put yourself out there.
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You're probably going to get mocked by your peers.
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Maybe you simply haven't met the right person yet.
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Perhaps you're not truly putting yourself out there, haven't made dating a priority,
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or feel a bit discouraged because of the different duds you've dated thus far.
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But if you're wondering why you keep falling for the wrong men,
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it might just be that you haven't yet crossed paths with the right one.