Worry


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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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Is it any wonder that so many people are overwhelmed with worry?
I often wish my mum was still alive so I could ask her if she worried about me as much as I worry about my kids.
'Worry din kasi pag bomoto ng 13, hindi na mabibilang yun ng computer.
HAVE A DAILY WORRY PERIOD CHOOSE a designated time place to worry, preferably the same time each day and not late in the evening.
Ruby is a happy child until one day she discovers a worry. The worry grows day after day and the more she worries about it the bigger it grows.
It's normal for toddlers to worry and feel anxious--they have enough experience with the world to know that things may go wrong.
Slightly fewer Americans, 37%, worry about not having enough money to put a child through college.
Fifty-five percent of Americans worry "a great deal" about the availability and affordability of healthcare, topping concerns about 14 other issues Gallup tested.
She will worry whether that charming man she just met is a little too unfriendly with Junior.
14 (ANI): Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday opened up about his comments expressing fear about girls drinking beer, and said he had only expressed a "worry", which was taken out of context on social media.
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.