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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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8 to 16, 2017 with 1,200 respondents found 88 percent worried (55 percent worried a great deal, 33 percent somewhat worried), while 12 percent were not worried (9 percent not too worried, 2 percent not worried at all), that the Philippines would be involved in case the United States-North Korea tension escalates into an armed conflict.
Being a parent in Kenya today is being worried about the stranger down the road, the one your child will brush shoulders with on their way to school or church, the one that could come kicking down the doors of your house.
adults consistently said they were worried, including the 48% high point in 1982.
If you're worried you have a test tomorrow, that's good; it makes you study.
If people's feelings of worry over a future outcome are sufficiently intense and unpleasant, their emotional response to the outcome they ultimately experience will seem more pleasurable in comparison to their previous, worried state," Sweeny said.
The story is told about a priest and little Jimmy, who would not go inside the church because he was worried that his bike parked outside would be stolen.
i from Liberty Mutual Insurance found that more than half of homeowners (55 percent) are worried ?
Regardless of whether their anxiety score was low or high, those who worried more had significantly better inhibitory control than those who worried less (P = .
What is striking, however, are the areas in which those who carry debt are not more worried than those who don't.
In this study, participants with high IU and low extraversion worried about the uncertainty that exists in many aspects of life, and this worry may become GAD.
The Very Worried Sparrow" is a children's classic story of one sparrow's lonely fear and anxiety, finally healed by a growing awareness of the surrounding love of the Great Father.