Idiom: Wear your heart on your sleeve
To show your feelings openly.
— My boyfriend's never been too shy to wear his heart on his sleeve but I'm the opposite.
— That's the last time I'm going to wear my heart on my sleeve. As soon as I show my feelings guys act arrogant with me.
— My father was raised to be a tough guy so he could never wear his heart on his sleeve.
— Sometimes in business it’s not great to wear your heart on your sleeve.
— You’d never be good a poker. You always wear your heart on your sleeve.
— When I’m in love, it’s impossible for me not to wear my heart on my sleeve.
— My advice is not to wear your heart on your sleeve so soon or you might scare her away.
— I’m not going to wait forever for a guy to wear his heart on his sleeve. If he likes me, he should show it and not play games.
— It takes courage to wear your heart on your sleeve, which is why few people do it.
— My twins are completely different. Shelly always wears her heart on her sleeve though so it's easier to know if she's having problems.
— I don't recommend you wear your heart on your sleeve in this office. It's an old boy's club here and strictly business.
— The tennis star wore his heart on his sleeve, breaking down in tears at the post-match press conference.
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