That doesn't really make sense in English, though the sentence structure is fine. "Respect" is something that is usually given to someone or something other than yourself or something that belongs to you. See, for example:
PART 2 - I recalled (in the middle of the night...) that there's an even better explanation...
"Vážit" -- WITHOUT "si" -- simply means "to weigh." It's "vážit si" that means "to respect" or "to appreciate."
Hope this helps!
That does help because I just got one wrong earlier about weighing a child when I put respect .
"Svá" means "of the subject of the sentence" Read the tips and notes provided.
No, svá means it belongs to the subject and the subject is I. Therefore it is only my here.