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Synonyms for mental block

an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do


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With the way city dwellers have to move along with all the hustle and bustle that happen in the metro, many would experience occasional mental blocks.
She beat Wang Yihan at the All England first and cleared that mental block.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho (pictured left) will spent the weekend mulling over a frustrating night on Wearside as he prepares for Monday's crucial league trip to Arsenal, but insisting his team does not have a mental block over killing teams off.
He might not admit it but he is facing a mental block because of this hype over his milestone.
We all have mental blocks occasionally but body waxing is surely a female condition called wasting the housekeeping.
It's really effective at treating phobias and clearing mental blocks.
Essentially, whereas other methods aim to 'teach' certain predetermined elements of a language to students, such as grammatical structures or language functions, De-Suggestopedia's main aim is to free students from internal mental blocks so they can acquire a language in a more openended fashion - just like young children do, in fact.
In a non-jargon filled approach (with hardly a mention of Freudian concepts), he treats the rewards of and mental blocks to exercising, choosing to be optimistic, and other routes to aging well.
Get a Dose from the Dual Doctors is a self-help guide to breaking down mental blocks, dedicating oneself to one's dreams, and learning how to efficiently and effectively dedicate one's life to making those dreams reality.
Mental blocks and self-defeating attitudes often stem from stressful experiences that occurred in a learning environment or somehow became associated with a given subject.
Negative experiences create mental blocks that prevent individuals from learning effectively.
Busting our mental blocks on crime means that it's no longer good enough to say, "The problem is guns, not lenient judges," (ACLU) or "The problem is career criminals, not guns," (the NRA) or "The problem is guns, not violence in the media," (Hollywood liberals) or "The problem is violence in the media, not guns," (the U.
In tonight's edition of I Can Change Your Life he puts his mind to helping three more people with very different mental blocks.