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    'try to see it my way' - Idiom?

    Is there an idiom which can be used in the sense of 'try to see it my way'.

    Any suggestions appreciated.

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    Re: 'try to see it my way' - Idiom?

    Put yourself in my shoes.

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    Re: 'try to see it my way' - Idiom?

    Thank you, David.

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