get (one's) head together

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get (one's) head together

To organize one's thoughts, often with the aim of regaining one's calm. I really need to get my head together before I go into the board meeting. A: "Susie seemed really stressed this morning." B: "I think she's fine now—she went for a walk and got her head together."
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get one's head together

to get one's thoughts or attitude properly organized. I've got to get my head together and get going. I need to take some time off and get my head together.
See also: get, head, together
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That meant a hugely significant decrease in central funding, but it hasn't stopped chairman, Chris Hamilton, and head coach, Scott Naylor, getting their heads together to come up with a squad they believe will be strong enough to mount a realistic challenge for promotion at the first attempt.
So while Britain may be scratching its head in confusion over the DUP, Sinn Fein will be getting their heads together to see how to halt any agreement.
And after getting their heads together they created The Prodigal under the pen-name Nicky Black.
All it takes is a few people getting their heads together, and the support is there with Matt Bryan as Durham's RFU development officer.
It's a question of people getting their heads together and sorting out the off-field problems.
OUR daughters had been getting their heads together about a joint holiday in August.
We want to see big corporate sitting alongside sole traders and getting their heads together.
The position is that the revelations are so shocking that the potential for prosecution goes a lot further than police officers getting their heads together and concocting stories.
Haggas denied the offences in police interviews and claimed the women were lying after getting their heads together.
I would like to see more quality put back into the sport by the powers-that-be getting their heads together when they are deciding on the future fixture list and condensing what we've got now, which is basically too much racing and too much poor-quality racing.
So instead of mourning the potential demise of Destination Kirkby, Evertonians can instead look forward to the prospect of their board getting their heads together with the great minds at Liverpool City Council and coming up with great sites for a stadium closer to 'The Grand Old Lady'.
That means that the club doctor and the physio will be getting their heads together, looking at the medical reports, taking all the expert advice available and trying to work out exactly what sort of virus it is and where it's most likely to be lurking.
GETTING THEIR HEADS TOGETHER Wales skipper Colin Charvis and coach Steve Hansen will be telling their side not to take the Italians lightly.
Now, Scottish Rugby Union chiefs are getting their heads together with executives from Highland Distillers, who make the whisky, to try to come up with a solution.
For all the wailing and gnashing of teeth after the defeat - and putting a microscope on the game from perceived troubles at the grassroots level to failings at the England and Wales Cricket Board - surely the problems on the field could have been addressed to a reasonable extent by the players getting their heads together and sussing out what the problem was - it is their job after all
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