Definition of 'emotional baggage'
Example sentences containing 'emotional baggage'
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Your son has a lot of emotional baggage to carry for one so young. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Get rid of anything no longer of use to you and stop carrying around emotional baggage. The Sun (2015)You have so much emotional baggage involved that you can't see the wood for the trees. The Sun (2009)Once he recognised this, and talked the chimp down, he could play without the negative emotional baggage. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We also understand they may not come home at all and, if blessed with a reunion, they may carry emotional baggage few could understand. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Definition of emotional baggage from the Collins English Dictionary
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