Worry


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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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Opening up for the first time on the controversy caused by his comments, Parrikar said he had only expressed a worry and not a fear and that his comment was misrepresented.
I'm in my last year of college and I think it's right that people worry about my not having a plan after graduation.
The average level of worry about walking alone at night since 1965 is 38%.
He says anxiety becomes problematic either when the worry is disproportionate to the issue at hand (such as an otherwise healthy young person who thinks chest pain is a heart attack) or when it interferes with daily life.
IF WE let it, worry can become a habit that dominates our everyday lives.
Despite its negative reputation, not all worry is destructive or even futile," Sweeny said.
Carbonell; THE WORRY TRICK; Wetware Media (Nonfiction: Body, Mind & Spirit) 19.
DIY guru Chip Wade teams up with Liberty Mutual Insurance on ways to minimize common maintenance & security worries in advance of winter If you own a home or car, unfamiliar and unexpected maintenance or security issues can be a source of worry, regardless of the time of year.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Unexpectedly, worry predicted better cognitive performance among older adults with mild symptoms of anxiety and depression, according to a cross-sectional, community-based study.
At the top of the worry lists for both groups are "not being able to pay medical costs in the event of a serious illness or accident" and "not having enough for retirement.
Worry can be defined as anxious apprehension, and refers to concern about the uncertain outcome of future events (MacLeod, Williams, & Bekerian, 1991).