come to one's senses

come to one's senses
(return to thinking or behaving sensibly and reasonably; begin thinking sensibly|| recover consciousness) -- образумиться, взяться за ум || прийти в сознание

Example 1:I wish he'd come to his senses and stop playing around.

Example 2: I'm glad he finally came to his senses and went on to college.

Example 3: I wish you would come to your senses and look for a better job.

This term employs senses in the sense of "normal or sane mental faculties," and in the earliest recorded use (1637) it meant "recover from a swoon." Its broader present-day meaning dates from the mid-1800s. (The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer)

Related expressions

[браться за ум]

[clean up one's act]
[act your age]
[come to one's senses]
see sense/reason — взглянуть на вещи здраво, образумиться
to become/grow reasonable