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.
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His personal circumstances meant going there would have been a good move for him"But things have changed since then and he seems to be getting his head together.
Other jobs followed but after getting his head together with mammoth hitchhikes to India, North Africa and the Middle East in the '60s and the early '70s, he decided to open Probe Records.
His fitness has certainly been a concern in his adult life and is a bit of a problem still but he is getting his head together and showing good consistency for us week in week out,' said Beale.
He said Keith would ring me in a day or two after getting his head together.