not feeling (oneself)

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not feeling (oneself)

To not feel as one normally should, either physically, mentally, emotionally, etc. I'm sorry for getting upset at you earlier, I'm just not feeling myself today. Mary hasn't been feeling herself ever since she lost her job.
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Letras Historicas, Universidad de Guadalajara, 10 (primavera-verano 2014) ISSN 2007-1140
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Special Themed Issue on Creativity and Open Educational Resources, ISSN 1027-5207.
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