Phrasal verb: open up (Example 1)

The phrasal verb ‘open up’ has a number of different meanings, but this is probably the most common one.

open up – to share information about yourself and your feelings

A private person doesn’t like to talk about their thoughts or feelings.
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An open person, on the other hand, is honest about what they think and does not try to keep things secret.
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😉
Are you usually quite private, very open or somewhere in between?
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