From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreproach yourselfreproach yourselfGUILTY/FEEL GUILTYto feel guilty about something that you think you are responsible forreproach yourself for/withYou’ve got nothing to reproach yourself for – it was his own decision. →reproach
Examples from the Corpus
reproach yourself• Oh, vanity, vanity! she thought, reproaching herself.• The rest of us were left to reproach ourselves for what had happened.• They chivvy and reproach each other as we eat.• He marked this trespass into the privateclubhouse of cynicism and reproached himself for it.• He reproached himself for not having called police sooner.• He reproached himself for not having thought of something before.• And then, again, she reproached herself for unfairness.• I have no doubt Margaret reproached herself, - perhaps still does.• There's no point in reproaching yourself - there's nothing you could have done.• You and Fred have nothing to reproach yourselves with.