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Synonyms for worry

Synonyms for worry

to cause anxious uneasiness in

to focus the attention on something moodily and at length

a cause of distress or anxiety

Synonyms for worry

something or someone that causes anxiety

a strong feeling of anxiety

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be worried, concerned, anxious, troubled, or uneasy

be concerned with

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be on the mind of

lacerate by biting

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touch or rub constantly

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It worries me to dedicate my whole life to one single dream.
It was the second session in which Thana Worries kept up pressure and succeeded in getting the lead again through Ishfaq Khan on the field attempt.
New smart home technology can mitigate these worries, and help homeowners take action quicker with leaking pipes, electrical fires, and even forgetting to lock the doors.
The research suggests parents are also aware of their children's money worries, with a third (33%) of parents surveyed saying they think their children worry about cash.
Watch for signs that you are making your worries worse by such habits as emphasizing the worst aspects of situations, assuming that bad outcomes will always happen, or setting yourself up for disappointment because of unrealistic expectations.
Not surprisingly, certain financial worries are substantially greater among Americans who carry debt compared with those who don't.
I am afraid of my feelings," "I worry about not being able to control my worries and feelings") and the inability to be in the present moment and carry out value-directed actions when experiencing psychological events that could undermine them (e.
To the extent that worries are triggering a stress process, especially if it is chronic, then they could be harmful to well-being, particularly for those who have few resources to cope.
That is why Winston Churchill used to love to tell the story of an old man on deathbed telling us not to worry because he too had a lot of worries all his life but nothing of any kind happened
The psychological impact of negative TV news bulletins: The catastrophizing of personal worries.
But almost one in four of those questioned said their youngster worries about natural disasters, and one in six said their child is concerned about the environment.
While some worry about cancer recurrence is understandable, for some women these worries can be so strong that they have an impact on what treatments women choose, how often they seek care, and their quality of life as cancer survivors.
3 Share your worries with a friend - bottling things up will make things seem worse than they really are and you'll feel supported.
They are grateful because feeling grateful (and hopeful) helps them to keep their worries at bay.
At the same time 53 % of people claimed their finances were one of their top three worries.