I am needing a headline title for an article written about being yourself. I would like the title to be similar to "be who you really are." Or make that statement using different words if possible.
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Another way to phrase it, especially if you are trying to strike up interest for the article. "Be Yourself" is hackneyed, and will easily be ignored.
"Don't Be Who You Are Not"
Works just fine, it's an idiom and well known, (unlike the more formal dictionary definition heading below):
To be in one's most natural, comfortable, sincere, and ingenuous state of mind and being. You should always try to be yourself with those you care about. I told her to just be herself during the interview. (Farlax - Idioms)