come to terms

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EASTENDERS BBC1, 8pm AFTER Bobby was sentenced to three years in prison yesterday, the Beales are left trying to come to terms with the outcome.
He decided to come to terms with his homosexuality and explained the position to his family.
(Has anyone come to terms with what's cauterized--a psychic as well as libidinal branding/ staunching--during adolescence through response to culture [all kinds]?) Another photo from Scrap #2: three stacked Black Sabbath 8-tracks (red 8-track on top of black on top of white), titled Masters of Reality, Sabotage, and We Sold Our Souls for Rock "N" Roll.