There are still some rough days when Scott struggles with self-identity issues and the profound loss of memories.
It is impossible, through any ordinary change of fortune, for a normal person to lose his sense of self-identity.
In the achievement of a sense of self-identity, the child needs models with which to identify himself.
To keep within the self-identity of the object is to suspend thought.
It is perfectly true that substance is this unity at one with itself, but spirit no less is this self-identity.
The meaning of congruence lies beyond the self-identity of the object.
But I remained motionless; my limbs were powerless, and I could scarcely retain the feeling of self-identity.
self-identity self-i·den·ti·ty (sělf'ī-děn'tĭ-tē)
The oneness of a thing with itself.
An awareness of and identification with oneself as a separate individual.