a person who tend to give too much thought and heart into others causing them to over worry not just about themselves and daily tasks, but the other people they are around. Someone who worries excesively too much compared to a normal person who worries.
A worryholic will usually go out of thier way to please the other people so that no conflict is there.
Side effects to a worryholic may include: panic attacks, anxiety, nauseas, diarrhea, sweating, pleasing others, stomach pains, migraines, mood swings, dizziness, light headedness, fatigue, weight gain or weight loss, loss of appetite, increase of appetite, lower grades, decreased work ethics, bossy and any other side effects that may occur.
Jeremy worries like a worryholic! Apparently he has no real reason to worry or explanation; he worries not just for himself but for those around him in life (family and friend wise).