When we choose to worry
, and notice, worry
is a choice, we are unstable, we make rash decisions, we make bad choices, we use harsh words, and we do unreasonable things that leads to problems and very often leads to disaster.
And I do tend to worry
more about Ciara than I do about the boys because young girls just seem so much more vulnerable.
He said: "Lucy came on, my wife, and told me that her worry
was she'd made a mistake in marrying me - it was pretty brutal.
Beyond age, there are significant gaps in worry
by household income, with worry
inversely correlated with the amount people make -- the higher the income, the less they worry
It is the only issue of the 11 Gallup has measured consistently to maintain this level of worry
"I have only expressed my worry
. I have said it is my worry
, not even fear.
Beliefs like this only reinforce the problem, so it's really important to challenge negative beliefs if you want to break the worry
The motivational power of worry
has been studied and linked to preventive health behavior, like seatbelt use.
The book deconstructs how the brain responds to "worry
" (or anxiety), breaking down the reasons why people worry
at a level that impacts their everyday lives.
These results make this clear: Americans who feel they don't have enough money to live comfortably experience substantially greater financial worry
and engage in cost-cutting or income-generating behaviors at a significantly higher rate than Americans who feel they do have enough money to live comfortably.
can be defined as anxious apprehension, and refers to concern about the uncertain outcome of future events (MacLeod, Williams, & Bekerian, 1991).
* 84% worry
there won't be good jobs for their kids
Bikram VohraIf I ever get a chance to take a walk with Bobby Mcferrin, the man who sang "Don't worry
, be happy,' I think the odds are we shall end up in a dark alley where I shall initiate a deep discussion on the merits of his lyrical advice.