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.
I'm no hurricane, I'm a worrywart, Anne, I'm the shy
YOU'LL WIN MORE ARGUMENTS NEXT time you score points off your partner in a verbal battle of wills, Worriers |suited to you can thank your inner worrywart.
This is the second in a series of nutty safety guides featuring everyone's favourite worrywart.
Call me a worrywart, but I remain concerned by the extent to which our systems of economic governance have lagged in addressing these four outcomes.
His mother, the worrywart, agreed only after he promised to wear a safety harness.
The show, a production by the company's junior members, follows the woodland adventures of two amphibious friends, a worrywart toad and a perky frog, over the course of an entire year.
Similarly, those managing medical device risks must think about "what if" scenarios, even when business runs smoothly and others think the risk manager is a worrywart.
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.
Rather than be saddled with a worrywart, participants were 3.
We'll have to wait and see, of course, and I admit to being a worrywart where deer and turkeys are concerned.
The worrywart quiz in section one helps readers identify their level of worrying.
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.