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Still he is paralyzed by worry and fear of the danger of the cat and the sparrowhawk.
parents worry about not having enough money for their children's college.
As you return to the task of folding the button-down shirts, a wave of worry rushes over you.
Worry is the loudest internal noise, and as a new parent, I understand how easy it is to let it creep in.
Dubai: "I worry too much about everything, everyday, all the time.
A little bit of worry can be a good thing if it motivates us to take action and make changes.
Bella says: MY sister had this problem but she read a therapy book that said make a time for worrying but NO | T to worry always.
It's worrying because the car makers like to send out daft April fool stories and the worry is that you might mistake one for a genuine story and make yourself look a wally.
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.
Another new study, published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, addressed a specific type of worry now plaguing a recession-wracked world: job insecurity.
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Jeremy Coplan, MD, professor of psychiatry at SUNY Downstate, and colleagues found that high intelligence and worry both correlate with brain activity measured by the depletion of the nutrient choline in the subcortical white matter of the brain.