express (oneself)

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express (oneself)

To share one's thoughts or feelings in a particular way, often through art. I use art therapy as a way to get children to express themselves.
See also: express

express oneself

Reveal or portray one's feelings or views through speech, writing, some form of art, or behavior. For example, I find it hard to express myself in Italian, or Helen expresses herself through her painting, or Teenagers often express themselves through their attire, haircuts, and the like. [Mid-1500s]
See also: express
References in classic literature ?
How she should begin--how she should express herself in her note to Edward, was now all her concern.
Elinor had just been congratulating herself, in the midst of her perplexity, that however difficult it might be to express herself properly by letter, it was at least preferable to giving the information by word of mouth, when her visitor entered, to force her upon this greatest exertion of all.
As a result of this method Hannah, who could only have been developed by forces applied from without, was painstaking, humdrum, and limited; while Rebecca, who apparently needed nothing but space to develop in, and a knowledge of terms in which to express herself, grew and grew and grew, always from within outward.
"Now," thought I, "I shall see a glimpse of what she really is; I shall get an idea of the nature and extent of her powers; not that she can be expected to express herself well in a foreign tongue, but still, if she has any mind, here will be a reflection of it."
He had since heard her express herself differently, with other feelings, more chequered feelings: he had heard her tell Mrs.
She said since she had no support, she was able to express herself and the life experiences of people close to her through writing.
As an artist, it's up to Lauren to express herself any way she likes.
The main aim of her new collection is to express herself and also let others express themselves.
She knows herself better than she realises, but she feels unable to express herself to those closest to her.
Erin Cuthbert has often found herself isolated as the lone forward, while Kim Little has struggled to express herself in midfield to full effect.
Perhaps she's never had the opportunity to express herself honestly and her behaviour is a reflection of that.
Films Bel Canto 15, 101mins, opens Friday JULIANNE Moore stars as a famous soprano who becomes a hostage after guerrillas swoop on a private concert at rich man's birthday party in South America Eighth Grade 15, 94mins, opens Friday ELSIE Fisher plays a shy, awkward schoolgirl who uses YouTube, Twitter and Instagram to express herself in a way she can't to her father and classmates.
Meanwhile, with Tobi, she could express herself better.
QNA that the exhibition allowed her the opportunity to nurture her talent and express herself uniquely.
She added that she only learned how to wear cycling shorts from Garcia and that her daring style is a way for her to express herself. Garcia chimed that he too no longer has any issues regarding Barretto's clothing choices.