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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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People are so enamored of worrying that they worry even about things they know will never happen in their lifetime.
The underlying belief here could be that worrying is outside of their control.
Worrying about a stressor keeps the stressor at the front of one's mind and prompts people toward action.
The Worry Trick is an energetic and illuminating self-help book for anyone who struggles with worrying too much.
The new survey on home and auto worries this fall is an extension of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Worry Less Report?, released earlier this year, which sheds light on the science of worrying and how to break the worry cycle.
"But when worrying becomes repetitive and leads us no closer to solutions to our problems, it can become a source of physical and emotional stress that can lead to sleep disruption.
The PSWQ is a 16-item self-report questionnaire designed to assess the frequency and intensity of worrying. All items are scored on a 5-point Likert scale ranging from 1 (not at all typical of me) to 5 (very typical of me).
As students, the Prime Minister said, they should be brave and should have vision; and that they should not keep worrying about their studies.
THIS is in reference to the article, o[umlaut]How to Stop Worrying' published in your newspaper on January 17.
Don't listen to all this drivel about worrying won't get things done or relax, things will iron themselves out (ho!) or even, you will drive yourself to an early end if you are so uptight.
Through repeated practice, a pattern of worrying in response to fear is shaped and becomes generalized.