trouble (one's) head about (someone or something)

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trouble (one's) head about (someone or something)

To concern oneself with or worry about someone or something. Often used in negative constructions. It's just a minor technical error that should resolve itself—wouldn't trouble your head about it. I know I need to stop troubling my head about such negative people, but I can't help letting their comments get to me.
See also: head, trouble

trouble one's head about someone or something

to worry about someone or something. Please don't troubleyour head about me. I'll get along. I wish you wouldn't trouble your head about the problem. We can solve it.
See also: head, trouble
References in classic literature ?
And when he meets with that kind creature (they are as plenty as fish in the sea), never trouble your head about it if there's a flaw in her character.
"Never you trouble your head about this man," retorted the contentious Mr.