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  • The negative is that powerful, and it tends to be our default, part of the survival worrywort instinct we know and don't exactly love.

    Does Pursuing Our Passions Really Make Us Happier?

  • Marsh has been altered by a previous encounter with two doctors whippet thin George Lynn and tubby worrywort S.

    Queerwolfery

  • Just how and why being a worrywort, touchy, or moody affects health is not known.

    Being Neurotic Can Kill You

  • "Stop being such a worrywort," Wendy often ordered.

    The Bonesetter's Daughter

  • Hatched by Houston investment banker and Peak Oil worrywort Matt Simmons, here's the gist: 1. build the world's biggest windfarm off the windy coast of Maine.

    Energy Bulletin -

  • He's an emotional, family-oriented worrywort who tags along to make sure she's safe.

    Written World

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