overanxious


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The overanxious parents must be counseled regarding the provocating factors, continuation of long term appropriate medical treatment and regarding certain benign nature of epilepsies.
Birmaher et a1 (24) evaluated 21 pediatric patients with overanxious disorder, social phobia, or separation anxiety who had not responded to psychotherapy and were not depressed; all patients received flexibly-dosed fluoxetine for up to 10 months.
Subconsciously, those modern sailors are merely following another ancient law of the sea, a law enacted during some remote era when overanxious seamen would occasionally spot a "mermaid" lolling at the surface, sometimes with a "child" at her breast.
More common pathology is that a parent is overanxious in general or even has an anxiety disorder.
Quiet, pink-tinged mornings will be broken by thunderous calls from overanxious gobblers, and famished black bears will emerge from their dens in search of a vernal feast.
There are many participants in the current market who are overanxious about the return of the market, and they are forcefully predicting that market conditions will improve in leaps and bounds, racing to early-2007 levels again.
As in the rest of the series, there's little here that feels either original or enjoyable, with lots of stock '60s settings (including a retrofitted McDonald's) and overanxious characters that fall to create a mythical universe one can actually invest in.
Influence of overanxious disorder of childhood on the expression of anorexia nervosa.
WORRYING DAY & NIGHT ABOUT BECOMING OVERLY TENSE OVER THE OVERUSE OF "OVERWROUGHT" IN POEMS THAT HAVE OVERTLY LONG TITLES AND THAT USE THE WORD "OVERWROUGHT" IN THE FIRST LINE AND TWO WORDS THAT SOUND LIKE "OVERWROUGHT" (MORE OR LESS) IN THE SECOND LINE AND SOMETIMES EVEN IN THE THIRD LINE, OVERRESULTING IN AN OVERABUNDANCE OF OVERACTIVE, OVERAMBITIOUS, OVEREAGER, OVERANXIOUS, OVERENTHUSIASTIC, OVERRIPE, OVERDEVELOPED OVERPRODUCED, OVERSPECIALIZED WORDPLAY, WITH APOLOGIES TO THE OVERFLOWING, OVERACHIEVING OVERWRITER LOUIS PHILLIPS Overwrought?
Young players are trying their best not to appear overanxious.