English version

be yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe yourselfbe yourselfto behave in a natural way, rather than trying to pretend to be different Don’t try too hard – just be yourself. be
Examples from the Corpus
be yourselfAnd the sacrificial victim is yourself.He was counting on her redshirting even more than Karen was herself.They made us able to come with our own identity and our own image, to try to be ourselves.They can be themselves, be, relate, create in their own way.Henry Ford's assertion that history was bunk was itself bunk: theology seemed to me a much better candidate.The language needed to describe unity is itself divisive, each word an island proclaiming its difference from every other.It seems to me questionable that Ruether is herself theistic.