obsess


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preoccupy

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to dominate the mind or thoughts of

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to come to mind continually

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haunt like a ghost

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be preoccupied with something

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By working with inspiring young women like Laurie Hernandez for unique capsule collections under the Obsess brand, JCPenney is able to offer tween girls the fresh, new styles they crave," said James Starke, senior vice president of merchandising for JCPenney.
People saying how great you look makes you obsess over what you put in your mouth - the guilt about eating anything that's not virtually calorie-free in case you put on even an ounce.
The entry for the verb obsess adds an intransitive sense, "to be obsessed or preoccupied: usually with about, over or on.
Today many young women obsess about their bodies at the risk of their souls.
I think we should obsess about how dirty and great life is, how imperfect and (messed)-up it is.