mental block


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mental block

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mental block

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mental block - an inability to remember or think of something you normally can domental block - an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do; often caused by emotional tension; "I knew his name perfectly well but I had a temporary block"
inability - lack of ability (especially mental ability) to do something
writer's block - an inability to write; "he had writer's block; the words wouldn't come"
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'It means there is a mental block. We need to demystify that South Africa is ready for a taking, I believe and hope that this time around, we will take them on,' he said.
Sheff Wed 1 Luton 0 GRAEME JONES admits Luton are suffering from a mental block as they search for a first Championship win.
It ultimately didn't matter - England didn't make the final, losing a penalty shoot-out that created a nationwide mental block that lingers to this day.
Barcelona suffered from a mental block during the 4-0 defeat to Liverpool which knocked them out of the Champions League, having been scarred by the memory of a similar collapse to AS Roma last year, defender Gerard Pique has said.
MAURIZIO SARRI claimed Chelsea suffered a mental block as they drew a blank at home for the first time this term.
Summary: Dubai [UAE], October 1 (ANI): Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza believes that there is some mental block in the team which could only be overcome by winning a tournament.
The 64-year-old, who has followed England to every group game so far, said: "I don't know what it is about Germany - England have got that mental block against Germany, apart from 1966 obviously.
MARCUS BIGNOT accepts Chester will have to overcome a mental block if they are to take advantage of a crucial run of home matches.
Q: DO YOU THINK THERE IS ANY KIND OF MENTAL BLOCK WHEN IT COMES TO PLAYING AUSTRALIA?
FOOTBALL By SIMON PEACH mail.sport@birminghammail.co.uk BRYAN Robson predicts another summer of frustration unless England overcome their "mental block" at the World Cup.
I was, in fact, very much impressed by the initiative of Medina Ilyassova who overcame a mental block with conviction and is now spreading a message by participatA[degrees] ing in such events.
PHIL MICKELSON claimed Rory McIlroy is suffering from a "mental block" on the greens after the Ulsterman topped the driving stats at the US PGA - and still missed the cut.