It would just be nice if he could internalize that not all government benefits are handouts or are equal.
Some couples who have been early to marry and early to divorce may “internalize an unwarranted sense of guilt or shame.”
Sadly, some impressionable young listeners will internalize this “advice.”
How to Sell is all about how Bobby comes to internalize this reappraisal of value.
To feel shame for the actions of other Jews is to internalize this kind of anti-Semitism.
This too offers lessons—though hopefully not many you need to internalize.
It was difficult to internalize in an environment both objective and external.
internalize in·ter·nal·ize (ĭn-tûr'nə-līz')
v. in·ter·nal·ized, in·ter·nal·iz·ing, in·ter·nal·iz·es
To make internal, personal, or subjective.
To take in and adopt as an integral part of one's attitudes or beliefs.