mental adjustment

mental adjustment

[′men·təl ə′jəs·mənt]
(psychology)
The act or process by which an individual adapts his attitudes, traits, or feelings to the social environment.
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I think thats the biggest adjustment, the mental adjustment that the game has to be so simplified that the creativity has to happen after simplification.
I just needed a mental adjustment (and the help of a few friends) to make sure I was on the right track
For India, Virat Kohli's knock at the Eden was a classic not just because he scored runs - that is something he does anyway in one-day cricket - but for the mental adjustment he has made and the ability he has shown in his application while batting, and that is why he is different from the rest.
The intelligent utilization of feelings is viewed as crucial for one's physical well being and mental adjustment.
His physical and mental adjustment to what we did in one practice is nothing short of amazing.
If you have been at a law firm, it's often hard to make the mental adjustment to proactively and consistently managing business issues.
The conclusions showed the high social oriented perfectionism did show relation with social mental adjustment which includes the loneliness, being afraid of negative evaluation and the low level of the social self-confidence.
It has a lot more power and incredible brakes, which requires a mental adjustment and a completely different style of driving.
We have gone through that process consistently and it always demands a mental adjustment to keep your ambition alive.
They also have access to the wide range of advice, support and information available to help them make the mental adjustment to civilian life.