For all practical purposes, "embedded" and "dependent" can be taken as having the same meaning. You are right; an embedded/dependent clause can't stand alone; instead it functions as a subordinate clause in some larger construction.
But in your example, "yourself stressed" is not a clause; "yourself" is the object of "consider" and "stressed" is an adjective functioning as objective predicative complement. You can't move it of course because an object normally follows the verb, and is then followed by an objective complement (if there is one).
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