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Worrier [Nov. 28th, 2007|10:08 am]
This article describes me entirely, down to the time of waking up in the night.

[User Picture]From: gfrancie
2007-11-28 06:18 pm (UTC)
My Mother has that problem. It has gotten to the point where she ends up with the shakes.
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[User Picture]From: starrynytes4me
2007-11-28 06:21 pm (UTC)
My grandma, who was (when she was alive) more like me than anyone else I've ever met, worried constantly for no reason.
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[User Picture]From: gonzy317
2007-11-28 08:59 pm (UTC)
My god, I could have written that article. I'm a CONSTANT worrier, and I hate it. I try to consciously stop myself when I recognize it, but it doesn't work. I jsut go through life miserable because I worry about everything, especially things I can't change. My mom is the same way (and becoming a bitter old woman, to be honest)... its not much fun. I don't want to be like her (in that sense). My husband doesn't like it and says things like "You're acting like an 80 year old woman about to die" that will win him the Mr. Sensitivity 2007 award. *eyeroll*
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[User Picture]From: thought1
2007-11-28 11:18 pm (UTC)
That also describes my wife to a T as well, unfortunately.
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[User Picture]From: vivaine666
2007-11-29 12:05 am (UTC)
I think they're WAY off when they say that 85% of the things people worry about never come to pass. I think it's more like 99%. I think it's sad that you (or anyone else) worry that much. Like they said in the article it keeps you from enjoying the happy times and doesn't help the unhappy times. I wish there was something I could do to make that go away.
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