I don’t worry.
I worry about you.
I worry about my brother who is black and gay.
"Yes, we worry about each other.
I used to worry about General Power.
Unhelpfully, I worry for the student activists.
I worry about people who’ve been in cells together.
This leads to a worry about the status of our perceptual beliefs.
Adults, she says, often worry about talking to children about death.
They don't crack, and you can toss them in the dishwasher or sterilizer without worry.
I worry about nuclear weapons falling into the hands of terrorists or ruthless dictators.
"Then you don't have to worry about your rent; you don't have to worry about your place.
Others worry that evidence-based medicine makes it harder to get insurance companies to pay for needed care.
And that could mean more devastation, they worry, for locals who have already suffered deep economic losses.
Half also cited worry about the ‘government going too far’,” said Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, the lead author of the study.
Naturally we worry about illness and mental or bodily pain, things Buddha believed were worsened by worry.
People that call and worry about things like a global economic collapse, there's people that worry about the flu.
“I’m so stressed out about that but at the same time my family is saying, don’t worry about bills, worry about getting better,” Phillips said.
She was speaking very emotionally about this, and one of the white women from Kentucky said, “Well, I have an eighteen-year-old grandson, and I worry about him, but I understand, listening to you, that what I have to worry about is not nearly as significant as what you have to worry about, because I don’t worry about my grandson being killed every day when he goes out on the street, and that’s your worry, possibly being killed or harassed.”
- be worried, concerned, anxious, troubled, or uneasy
Example: I worry about my job
- something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness
- be concerned with
Example: I worry about my grades
- a strong feeling of anxiety
Example: his worry over the prospect of being fired
- disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress
Example: I cannot sleep--my daughter's health is worrying me
- be on the mind of
Example: I worry about the second Germanic consonant shift
- lacerate by biting
- touch or rub constantly
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She was speaking very emotionally about this and one of the white women from Kentucky said Well I have an eighteen-year-old grandson and I worry about him but I understand listening to you that what I have to worry about is not nearly as significant as what you have to worry about because I dont worry about my grandson being killed every day when he goes out on the street and thats your worry possibly being killed or harassed