feel (like) (oneself)

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feel (like) (oneself)

To feel as one normally does, physically or emotionally. I'm finally starting to feel like myself again after my bout with the flu. Marcy has been struggling with depression lately—I hope she feels herself again soon.
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Are you in the serpentine security line at the airport and feeling yourself getting increasingly annoyed?
Hence, if you are really feeling yourself on Friday evening, wait to post that photo on until Monday afternoon.
Collaborations with feisty females include Feeling Yourself featuring Beyonce, Get On Your Knees with Ariana Grande and Bed Of Lies with Skylar Grey.
"By reflecting what another person is doing, you create some part of the feeling yourself," Paula Niedenthal, UW-Madison psychology professor and lead author of the study, said.
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You will be lacking energy and not quite feeling yourself.
But as adults, isn't the right thing, if you feel strongly about something, to act on that feeling yourself? for Christmas gifts To lead not shoutily, by enforcement, but by example?
But you may be a bit unsure whether this is only something you are feeling yourself or if they are drawn towards you too.
If this 'stuff' takes over too much of your time, you will end up stressed and miserable, feeling yourself buffeted like a dinghy in a gale.
On returning, they launch into Feeling Yourself Disintegrate, continuing the theme of mortality, but with a much more downbeat edge.
Yours is mild (normal is anything over 11.5 g/dL for a woman and 13.5 for a man), but could be enough to explain why you haven't been feeling yourself. Symptoms of anaemia include feeling tired, looking pale and breathlessness on exertion.