Myself is the first person singular reflexive pronoun. myself是第一人称单数反身代词
(用作动词或介词宾语，与句子主语指代同一个人)我自己 A speaker or writer uses myself to refer to himself or herself. Myself is used as the object of a verb or preposition when the subject refers to the same person.
I asked myself what I would have done in such a situation...
I looked at myself in the mirror...
I felt ashamed of myself.
(用于强调第一人称单数主语)我本人，我自己 You use myself to emphasize a first person singular subject. In more formal English, myself is sometimes used instead of 'me' as the object of a verb or preposition, for emphasis.
I myself enjoy cinema, poetry, eating out and long walks...
I'm fond of cake myself...
He was roughly the same age as myself.
...a complete beginner like myself.
独自地;独立地 If you say something such as 'I did it myself', you are emphasizing that you did it, rather than anyone else.
'Where did you get that embroidery?' — 'I made it myself.'