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“The more you have flubbed, the more the anxiety builds up,” says Frank, explaining the mental phenomenon Perry is experiencing.
Lynch says he discovered the practice 40 years via his sister when he was struggling with anger and anxiety.
I have a lot of anxiety issues, but that wasn't one of them.
The unclaimed attack killed five people and infected 17, adding to the anxiety of the time.
At the outset I was saved any anxiety by finding the river dirty.
Did Phidias express no anxiety concerning your unprotected situation?
anxiety, and not a desire to see life, had drawn him from his shell in Bison.
The ring of anxiety in Grace's voice had not been lost upon her.
Nor did anxiety over Toms fate interfere with their appetites.
1520s, from Latin anxietatem (nominative anxietas) "anguish, anxiety, solicitude," noun of quality from anxius (see anxious). Psychiatric use dates to 1904. Age of Anxiety is from Auden's poem (1947). For "anxiety, distress," Old English had angsumnes, Middle English anxumnesse.
anxiety anx·i·e·ty (āng-zī'ĭ-tē)
A state of uneasiness and apprehension, as about future uncertainties.
A cause of anxiety.
A state of intense apprehension, uncertainty, and fear resulting from the anticipation of a threatening event or situation, often to a degree that normal physical and psychological functioning is disrupted.
Eager, often agitated desire.
Emotional distress, especially that brought on by fear of failure. (See also angst.)