I just read this in a book (In Cold Blood):
It's true the children do keep me busy...Donnie has learned to open the door and climb on the chairs & other furniture & he worries me constantly about falling.
I just have an odd feeling of the bold-faced words above. I have learned "worry about ...", I would tend to write the sentence as "I constantly worry him about falling".
To confirm. I consulted my dictionaries and found there is such collocation as "worry one(self) about/over...". So "he worries me constantly about falling" may be correct.
But is "I constantly worry him about falling" also correct?