Is sentense " save myslef for meeting with you" correct in casual speach ?

See example:

Saving myself for meeting with you
asked Dec 24 '13 at 13:24 urszula simoniuk New member

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When you use a reflexive pronoun, you should have the antecedent in the same sentence. If this sentence started with 'I am', it would have this requirement, but I would still not know what you are trying to say with 'for meeting with you.'


I am saving myself for meeting with you

link comment answered Dec 24 '13 at 14:07 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

When the subject and the object refer to same person, reflexive pronoun is used. For example,

I love myself. (not - I  love me)

link comment answered Dec 27 '13 at 05:30 Z. A. Jazley Contributor

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