Worrying never helped one bit.
It does not make people feel better, it does not give the object of worrying a clearer shape, it does not move towards a solution.
Worrying is an easy shelter. When we say we worry about something, we take a distance from that thing, we see it from afar and hope we never get there.
What we would really need, instead, is to immerse ourselves in it, dissect it and see how it looks like. See if anything can be done about it, then act, and move on. Leaving behind all that is beyond our control.
Truth is, worrying is comforting. It takes courage to move past it.