I’ve seen some uses of “put ‘something’ behind” with a pronoum (not really sure if it’s a pronoum) after “behind” and other without. Here are some examples:
You should put those bad memories behind you and start focusing on the good life you have now.
Let's just put this loss behind us and start preparing for the next game.
Clear skies are ahead so put your troubles behind and be happy.
That way, you'll be able to put your concerns behind and get on with something even more important.
Do they all have the same meaning? Are there cases where the use of you, us, etc is necessary and others don’t?