self-analysis

NOUN
  1. the application of psychotherapeutic principles to the analysis of your own personality
  2. a penetrating examination of your own beliefs and motives
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How To Use self-analysis In A Sentence

  • The shallow existence of the four characters makes their self-analysis both boring and uninteresting.
  • Does he, after all this reflection and self-analysis, feel that he knows himself well now?
  • But Ms. Hustvedt rarely belabors the theme—this brisk, ebullient novel is a potpourri of poems, diary entries, emails and quicksilver self-analysis: "My own head was a storehouse of multiloquy, the flux de mots of myriad contrarians who argued and debated and skewered one another with mordant parley. What the Nanny Saw; the Trouble With Men
  • The self-analysis is withering at times and self-deprecating.
  • Have you recently done a bit more self-analysis, introspective digging around?
  • Adolescence is known to be a period of exploratory self-analysis and self-evaluation ideally culminating in the establishment of a cohesive and integrative sense of self or identity.
  • These situations are best resolved with the minimum of introspection or self-analysis.
  • But Ms. Hustvedt rarely belabors the theme—this brisk, ebullient novel is a potpourri of poems, diary entries, emails and quicksilver self-analysis: "My own head was a storehouse of multiloquy, the flux de mots of myriad contrarians who argued and debated and skewered one another with mordant parley. What the Nanny Saw; the Trouble With Men
  • We can only speculate as to what Gotthold Ephraim Lessing'sself-analysis, cited above, might have revealed.
  • A clear understanding of communication thus becomes an important step towards self-analysis, priorities, character and values of life.
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