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?
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  • 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.
  • She could not have described what it was in her that all the men she had met, the men with whom she had golfed and ridden and yachted, had failed to satisfy: but, ever since she had acquired the power of self-analysis, she had known that it was something which was a solid and indestructible part of her composition. Piccadilly Jim
  • We need to spot when self-analysis turns into rumination and gain skills for controlling it.
  • I'm not saying you shouldn't do it, but I think that sort of self-analysis completely misses the point.
  • Do you guys worry about how far you can go with that kind of reflective self-analysis?
  • Have you recently done a bit more self-analysis, introspective digging around?
  • But amidst all the self-analysis and denunciations of his own weakness, how can we be sure if he is telling the truth or simply preparing his place in history?
  • I tried to write it in a way that showed that it brought about a spot of introspection and self-analysis on my part.
  • His self-analysis in paint draws us in as analysts who are also, as Baudelaire would have put it, his semblables, his spiritual kin.
  • I seriously would recommend a time of meditation or self-analysis at times (all these can be provided in a pilgrimage).
  • It hadn't taken long for Chee, who was good at self-analysis, to determine that his problem was mostly jealousy. THE FALLEN MAN
  • Introspective self-analysis would be a good start.
  • Because I didn't know what was wrong and no amount of fumbling self-analysis via a computer screen was going to tell me.
  • In his personal correspondence and in his published memoirs, Franklin comes across as a man dedicated to the external duties of war and exploration, who kept introspection and self-analysis to a minimum.
  • Despite everything she had said, despite the cogency of her self-analysis. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • Whether you regard it as navel-gazing or self-analysis via the art of portraiture, the self-portrait can reveal far deeper aspects of the self than merely a replication of the face in the picture.
  • If you find that you cannot get along with doctors, it is advised that you do some self-analysis to understand the reason.
  • I tried to write it in a way that showed that it brought about a spot of introspection and self-analysis on my part.
  • How phony it is for the news media to engage in seemingly honorable self-analysis: "Did we overhype the storm? David Ropeik: Hurricane Hype? Yes. Overreaction? Nonsense!
  • After much self-analysis, I've realized that while I am enthusiastic, energetic, and adventurous, I have the tendency to lose interest on the job after a short time.
  • Cash has been through so much therapy, counselling and self-analysis that he now doesn't have to think for one second about how he felt at a particular moment, what was going through his mind or why he did any particular thing.
  • The organization is deepsintosa long self-analysis known as the journalism credibility project.
  • He later recognized that self-analysis should be replaced by a training analysis conducted by another person.
  • One letter was particularly poignant for Radcliffe in the clutter of condemnation, self-analysis and doubt that accompanied her return from Athens.
  • We've unfortunately had to drop some of our senior players as a result of this self-analysis, because they're not really genuine team players.
  • Perhaps the dominant self-analysis of U.S. foreign policy simply reflected a peculiar cultural tradition dating back to New England town meetings, and to the free-and-equal style of the frontier.
  • Through introspective research and self-analysis we find self-acceptance and this leads us naturally towards one of the paths of inner peace.

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