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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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How wonderful to learn that worrying can be constructive as well and get us worriers to make contingency plans for all kinds of things we worry about.
The scientists at Lakehead University, Ontario, found those who admitted being worriers scored more highly on verbal intelligence tests and said worrying could have helped our ancestors survive.
Regardless, the findings provide not as yet published findings which extend our understanding of the personality of worriers and introverted and feeling types.
Iris Bell capitalizes on two big audiences with this book: dog lovers and worriers.
Worriers believe that they need to worry in order to be prepared for--or to avoid--the bad things that are going to happen to them.
The worrier experiences fear when projecting current problems into the future.
Another thing that, as a worrier, I instinctively understand: Even if you've never been near a foxhole, don't admit to being an atheist.
Being an experienced worrier, I can distinguish among various levels of worrying and the energy they require.
The Dubai resident is a compulsive worrier and has been up against the problem for the last six years.
CLASS WORRIER Dejected David Moyes troops off after defeat to West Brom - and he says United don't have enough top players to conquer the Champions League
I'm a worrier, but I try to take the initiative and problem-solve before things happen.
It clears my head because I'm such a frantic worrier.