worrywart


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worrywart

someone who worries all the time. Don't be such a worrywart. I'm sorry I'm such a worrywart.
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That's because introverted worrywarts can often work around their social anxiety enough to form the few close relationships they want.
A Harvard University study, hailed as the most thorough of its type to date, found strong links between anxiety and heart health: the sunniest, most optimistic individuals examined in this study were a whopping 50 percent less likely to have heart attacks or strokes than their worrywart counterparts.
Well, as ecstatic as a self-proclaimed worrywart can get.
The musical follows the woodland adventures of two amphibious friends, a worrywart toad and a perky frog, with their assorted colorful hopping, crawling and flying companions, over the course of a year.
Rather than be saddled with a worrywart, participants were 3.
Loveable worrywart Scaredy Squirrel would prefer to celebrate his birthday alone quietly in the safety of his nut tree and avoid any pesky party animals.
We'll have to wait and see, of course, and I admit to being a worrywart where deer and turkeys are concerned.
Marcus is the son of a butcher, and as the story opens, his father has become an incessant worrywart who believes his son will die in an accident or at the hands of a murderer: "You're a boy with a magnificent future before you--how do I know you're not going to places where you can get yourself killed?
It assures the worrywart that "things in China are headed in the right direction.
And, according to Barbara Goodstein, Axa's executive vice president of marketing and chief innovation officer, the favorable public response to the worrywart gorilla has also energized salespeople.
She put a lot of thought into this workbook as a practical hands-on tool for a daily worrywart.
Chew On Things--It Helps You Think: Words Of Wisdom From A Worried Canine" by psychiatrist and alternative medicine researcher Iris Bell is a photo-essay self-help book inspired by Casey--the author's shy and lovable worrywart of a dog.
The delightful Scaredy Squirrel introduces us to an endearing worrywart who has settled into a (fairly) comfortable routine in his familiar oak tree.
Behind its mask, the magazine was prematurely middle-aged, due in part to Ross's chronic worrywart nature, but most of all to the enduring qualms of its most valuable player, E.
When I, the perennial worrywart, finally relented as long as there was a net, we set to the task of dismantling the structure.