neurotic

Scientists theorize the trait pushes people to see their doctor more.
It's been a few months since my son's brain surgery. A few months since words like "resection" and "craniotomy" and "temporal lobe" became part of my almost daily vocabulary. I went from someone who took her kid to the doctor once a year, to someone who has an entire team of doctors to choose from when something goes wrong.
It's not necessarily a bad thing.
When I heard about Miles to Go, a coming-of-age comedy-drama about a thirtysomething, tattooed, Jewish writer in Los Angeles with commitment issues, I knew it was something I needed to see. As that more or less describes me (sigh).
It was on the eve of my Bollywood music video debut that I started to have thoughts about my feet, which was strange. I rarely think about them. In fact, I am guilty of neglect.
It is possible to boost your conscientiousness. (The big question is how.) Neuroticism is considered one of the "Big 5" personality
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The microscope will make you anxious. It will make you question every decision you make and do things that you wouldn't ordinarily do. It will add significant stress to your parenting experience, if you let it.
"Our findings suggest, consistent with prior speculation, that average to higher levels of Neuroticism can in some cases
At the core of many neurotics is an inability to comfort, calm, reassure or feel good about themselves and needing those to come from someone else.