Idiom: wake up to something
— One day you’re going to wake up to the fact that worrying about your daughter doesn’t help her but it does hurt you.
— When he really wakes up to understanding how much he hurt us, then maybe I’ll give him a second chance.
— I finally woke up to the fact that my best friend was spreading lies about me and wasn't my friend at all.
— I woke up to my financial problems finally when I was at a dinner date and my credit card was rejected.
— It's was hard to wake up to the reality that my children are teenagers and don't want to share everything with me anymore.
— It's never easy to wake up to the fact that the world can be a very cruel place.
— As the Corona virus spreads farther and faster, we're waking up to a world where people cannot even leave their homes.
— Parents are finally waking up to the dangers of allowing their children to use social media unsupervised.
— When will people wake up to fact that prescription drug addiction is not just a problem for individuals but also extremely damaging to the economy?
— I woke up to a complete mess of my life after a summer of going out every single night and binge drinking. I finally had to quit alcohol completely.
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