to take the rough with the smooth = to accept the unpleasant parts of a situation as well as the pleasant parts
to take somebody out of oneself = to change someone’s mood and stop them from thinking negative thoughts
Hopefully, this change will take him out of himself.
to take exception to = to dislike something because you feel annoyed or offended by it
to take something out on somebody = to make someone else suffer or be responsible for your own mistakes, anger,sadness, etc.
to take it in good part = to not be upset or annoyed by criticism, to accept something good-naturedly
She soon saw through him, but took it in good part.