fret about

fret about someone or something

 and fret over someone or something
to worry about someone or something. Please don't fret about being a few minutes late. There is no need to fret over Larry.
See also: fret
References in classic literature ?
Don't fret about Father, dear," she added, as they parted.
Have we really nothing better to do with our lives than fret about the apostrophe?
Since Americans now fret about fat as never before, a prohibition of junk food ads may just be an idea whose time has come.
Fret about everything you haven't done yet to get ready for the holidays.
5-inch color LCD panel, and there's no need to fret about recording over images you've laid down previously because the M30K automatically finds space for you and starts recording there.
EL SEGUNDO - Mitch Kupchak's offseason to-do list was short and simple: re-sign a few key players, then sit back and watch 28 other NBA execs fret about how to catch the Lakers.
Easy to read as a response to critics who have dissed Solondz's work as mean-spirited and/or cynical, Storytelling takes on those who fret about the artist's worthy intentions, and contends that all stories exploit their subjects--intentionally or not.
We've heard a lot about the rise of a "free-agent nation" in today's fast-paced, tech-driven economy: Fans find it liberating, and foes fret about the disappearance of stable, full-time jobs.
Camera phone makers are improving product features that consumers fret about the most - picture resolution and optical zoom, so competition between the two is sure to heat up.
Pensioners are nearly twice as likely to worry about not being able to cope with their garden as they are to fret about their finances, research shows.
People worry a lot about the cost of college, Parents fret about paying the bills.
I had to learn not to fret about things I had no control over,'' Mantis said.
Thus, although conservatives fret about America's moral decline (which they blame on a leftish "adversary culture" of influential intellectuals), in order to find a serious moral critique of the state of current society you have to turn to a socialist such as the late Christopher Lasch.