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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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Who Is the Eco Worrier and What Are They Worried About?
Worriers often become concerned and anxious unnecessarily and begin to procrastinate when dealing with something that they are worried about, Dr John said.
Like most natural born worriers, I'm of the disposition to fuel my anxiety, so this week I started studying the Tibetan Book of the Dead.
gt;> The next biggest worriers are singletons, who are twice as likely to worry all the time, compared to married couples.
Iris Bell capitalizes on two big audiences with this book: dog lovers and worriers.
Chronic worrying can become a debilitating way of living in which the worrier is overwhelmed by irrational fear and paranoia," explains Karen S.
Once someone realizes that he or she already is uncomfortable (since the individual in question is a worrier and probably a little depressed), that person at least can use discomfort to make progress.
Now I don't mean to sound like a worrier, but I know I would feel more comfortable recommending these products after I have read these studies.
I've been accused of being a worrier and I suppose that it's true--though not about day-to-day things.
These personality types are worrier, controller, fake, attention-seeker, victim, and prisoner.
Morry, a worrier by nature, could not believe that Ben had chosen this critical time to enjoy a vacation.