As a worrier, you tend to take things personally.
You can be very down on yourself and worry that no one likes you.
Reading the news is pretty much toxic to you – the last thing you need is to think of more ways everyone you love will die.
And you can be slightly irrational when your partner, family member, or friend are late to meet you.
A perfectly innocent, harmless encounter can leave you a nervous, pulse-racing, palm-sweating mess.
You often feel like you look wrong, and your clothes aren't good enough. You find yourself buying new things in the hope they will transform your life.
There is literally no limit to the number of things you can worry about, but illness is a special source of misery.
Although the humdrum worries that haunt your every waking moment also deserve a mention.
Sometimes you just wish you could dial your brain down and RELAX.
On the plus side, the amount of time you spend worrying makes you incredibly thoughtful.
And then there's this: