where (one's) head is at(redirected from where his head was at)
where (one's) head is at
colloquial The way in which one is thinking about something or dealing with something emotionally; one's mental or emotional status or condition. I just wish I knew where her head was at in relation to this whole situation, but she won't open up to me about anything. This all so sudden—I need a bit of time to get a sense of where my head is at before I make a decision.
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where someone's head is at
Inf. the state of one's mental well-being. As soon as I figure where my head is at, I'll be okay. He doesn't know where his head is at.
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where someone’s head is at
in. the state of one’s mental well-being. As soon as I figure where my head is at, I’ll be okay.
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- (have) got something going (with someone)
- (one) could use (something)
- (I) wouldn't (do something) if I were you
- (one) never would have guessed
- (one) doesn't give a rip (about something)
- all right
- (one) doesn't give a hoot (about something)
- a/the feel of (something)
- (one) won't hear of (something)
- a straw will show which way the wind blows