self-questioning

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self-questioning

[self-kwes-chuh-ning, self-]
noun
review or scrutiny of one's own motives or behavior.

Origin:
1860–65

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self-questioning
 
adj
doubting or questioning oneself or one's abilities

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Example sentences
So they choose self-indulgence instead of self-denial and self-esteem instead
  of self-questioning.
Be wary of being so honest and self-questioning that you sound incompetent.
The humor reaches such a crescendo of introspection and self-questioning that
  it ends up as its own best critic.
He arrived at a moment when contemporary art had been, for a decade or more, in
  a state of deep self-questioning.
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