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Hello Everyone,

I would like to know the usage of "I have been in your shoes ". I did a google search, but couldn't find anything useful.
Please help me.

JP.
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It means "Sometime in the past, I have experienced whatever it is you are experiencing right now."
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That's correct, it means you can understand someone's perspective. If someone is going through a divorce, and you've already been through one, you could say, "yes, I've been in your shoes before." Meaning that you understand what it's like for them.
thanks i was searching for this..
BarbaraPAIt means "Sometime in the past, I have experienced whatever it is you are experiencing right now."
Thanks for the answer, I was very confused to read this, One of the recruitment agency wrote it in its details.
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That may mean person B (told to A) also have been experienced the same thing as person A.

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