Are you a worrier

@jugsjugs (13045)
July 13, 2009 8:06pm CST
I find now adays i tend to worry alot more than i did a few years ago.Do you find you worry alot?
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@mermaidivy (15417)
• United States
16 Jul 09
Worrier hehe, I never heard this name before :-) hmm I think I am a worrier, I get worried easy and think a lot, sometimes when the thing is not that complicated, but I make it complicated... when something takes me time to worry, I just worry and keep thinking about it over and over again... it is not good, sometimes it brings me depression and heavy stress..
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• United States
16 Jul 09
I think we are all worrying just a little bit more lately becasue of the economy and where it may be going. We worry about having money to pay our bills and money to buy food. My husband and I are on disability so we have a fixed income and it doesn't go up as the food and gas prices do. So we have to find a way to juggle something one month if these prices go up. We have been going without a lot of things we use to have the money for but now we just consider those items ones we can do without and if by chance one month we can afford it then we get a nice surprise. flutterby
@kryzell (921)
• Philippines
15 Jul 09
I think too muc on little details. Maybe that's why I am also a worrier. Little things really worry me. Also... when I encounter something that seems almost hopeless... I tend to worry more. My sister would usually tell me that it won't help if I carry all the problems in the world... and that, it'll only cause me to age earlier. I think she's right on that point.
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@greenline (14864)
• Canada
14 Jul 09
There are certainly many things day-to-day that gives a lot of stress. I feel so exhausted some time after I get back home from along days work. One way I have found very helpful in reducing the stresses is practising "Yoga". That really helps improving physical as well as mental health. You might want to try that and feel the benefits !
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• United States
14 Jul 09
Hi! I used to worry about everything. If there was nothing to worry about, I'd be worried that there was something wrong I'd missed. Meditation, self awareness and a good therapist helped me change this, and now very few things worry me at all...
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• Singapore
14 Jul 09
I think we worry more as we get older as there are more thing we have to pay and expectations to live up to and if you are married you have not only yourself to think of but every one else, kids, wife and then you have to start taking care of your parents as they have taken care of you.
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