worry


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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

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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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And the important thing to note is, we've programmed ourselves with this mindset of worry and fear.
worry is not love, and that in fact giving up worry is the most loving thing I can do as a parent and in my work.
We are all susceptible to worry; however, there are certain biological, environmental, and historical factors that might make it more likely for someone to struggle with excessive worry," Dr Logan said.
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Do you sit at work, looking at this loathsome pile of problems that have wormed their way onto your desk and say to yourself, I will not worry about them, I shall be happy, so what if the world is falling about my ears and trouble is doing the two step outside my door, I shall go singing in the rain.
This research confirms yet again the fact that worry spins a sticky, ever-widening web over our lives.
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According to the researchers, this suggests that intelligence may have co-evolved with worry in humans.
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Fretting about friendships was cited as the top worry followed by schoolwork and tests.
The reason we worry is because we take everything on our own shoulders, instead of trusting in God.
Functional MRIs reveal neuroanatomical differences between normal worry and pathological worry in the elderly and those differences might help explain why late-life anxiety often proves difficult to treat.
FOUR out of 10 people claim financial insecurity is now their single biggest worry, a survey showed.
Four out of 10 people claim financial insecurity is their single biggest worry, a survey showed yesterday.