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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.
YOU'LL WIN MORE ARGUMENTS NEXT time you score points off your partner in a verbal battle of wills, Worriers |suited to you can thank your inner worrywart.
In the badminton Peshawar Lions beat Peshawar Worriers while in the athletic Peshawar Dolphin got overall trophy by securing 80 points,
"The worriers actually showed a paradoxical backfiring effect in their brains when asked to decrease their negative emotions," Moser said.
EUROPEAN rugby bosses helped drive Glasgow to one of their greatest triumphs - by mistakenly labelling them WORRIERS instead of Warriors.
A key element characterizing worriers is the tendency to experience anxiety and stress (Davey, Hampton, Farrell, & Davidson, 1991; Kelly, 2008).
Of course, you should still take care of things, but persistent worriers show they do not trust Jesus.
B is inspiring young black worriers all over the world to follow their dreams no matter what other folk say.
"It is likely that worriers and complainers are more likely to be inclined to high levels of stress and anxiety," says personality psychologist Dr Glenn Wilson.
"While there's no scientific evidence our personality affects our chances of acquiring infections, it is likely that worriers and complainers are more likely to be inclined to high levels of stress and anxiety," says personality psychologist Dr Glenn Wilson.
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.
"Chew on Things Workbook for Fellow Worriers" is the follow-up to Iris Bell's photo and quote book "Chew on Things-It Helps You Think," inspired by her dog Casey B.