your courage in both hands
take your courage in both hands
nerve yourself to do something that frightens you.
Related Idioms :
bravery induced by drinking alcohol
The phrase Dutch courage stems from a long-standing British belief that the Dutch are extraordinarily heavy drinkers.
have the courage of your convictions
act on your beliefs despite danger or disapproval
1998 - Times - The knives were out for us and we had to have the courage of our convictions.
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