Never Worried About Using くよくよ.
When watching Japanese movies, animes and etc, have you heard of “くよくよ”? There are a bunch of situations used くよくよ, however, what does it mean? Actually, it is not a good meaning, but くよくよ can be often used in the daily conversations. Today, let me introduce how to correctly use くよくよ which sounds natives.
Dwell on / Worry about ____ / Let it get you down
くよくよする means that someone has been worried about something for a quite long time and he/she got introverted because of it. There are a lot of situations such as “Someone breaks up with his/her partner.”, “Someone failed.”, “Someone lost something.” and so on. So when seeing your friends who have been looked to dwell on (くよくよ), you can use くよくよしないで as the encouraging word for him/her.