Yourself-that in a sentence

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He waited a moment-then bent his eyes earnestly upon me as he resumed- "You do not need to be told by me that you have lived on this earth before, and that you have many times been gently yet forcibly drawn into connection with the other predestined half of yourself,-that Soul of love which blindly seeking, you have often rejected when found-not of yourself have you rejected it-but simply because of the influences around you to which you have yielded.
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You said so yourself-that you didn't want, any one to know, now.
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In fact, it was far more the fear of intrusion-the fear of yourself-that baffled me than the fear of Mrs. Yorke.
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You are not so ignorant but even nature itself will teach you that all this is true; and I am satisfied you know it all to be true, and believe it yourself."-"That is true, sir," said Atkins; "but with what face can I say anything to my wife of all this, when she will tell me immediately it cannot be true?"-"Not true!
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You have felt already, have you not, that the world has interests for your husband other than those connected with yourself-that he can be very happy even when you are not present to share his happiness?
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But when you are working for another person-that's one thing; when you are working for yourself-that's another thing.
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Examples of Yourself-that

Example #1
Now in this further phase of your existence you have been given another chance- another opportunity.
Example #2
Influences work around us everywhere,-men and women with great aims in life are swept away from their intentions by the indifference or discouragement of their friends-brave deeds are hindered from accomplishment by the suggestion of fears which do not really exist-and the daily scattering and waste of psychic force and powerful mentality by disturbing or opposing brain-waves, is sufficient to make the world a perfect paradise were it used to that end.
Example #3
She pressed them to her face, and chose one.
Example #4
He had been on the verge of announcing himself to the family in Fillmore Street as her prospective husband!
Example #5
I would have come to the kitchen door; the servants should have let me in, and I would have walked straight upstairs.
Example #6
Mademoiselle, who prided herself on possessing "un esprit positif," and on entertaining a decided preference for dry studies, kept her young cousin to the same as closely as she could.