accustom oneself to

See: endure, suffer
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But when one has been in a family circle one cannot accustom oneself to this life
Slovenia: "Not enough knowledge on the requirements and specifics of international public relations, inability to have outside-in angle of perception, not enough knowledge on global cultural and social or sociological issues, inability to accustom oneself to a different environment, etc.
Indeed, courage and mastery over oneself is demanded in order to be able to control oneself so constantly and persistently, but only in this way does one accustom oneself to an uninterrupted decent demeanor.