Hi!The phrase itself has a couple of meanings. 1)If anything happens,let me know. 2)Her success hasn’t caused a problem-if anything,it’s helped our marriage.(in this case if anything=instead) 3)If anything,you have to work harder when your dad is the boss.(if anything=just in case) 4)The situation is,if anything,worsening rather than improving.(In this case the phrase used for saying how someone or sth is different when you are not sure whether there is a change or not)
I’ll list a few off 1) If anything, you should be more worried about *insert person/item/place/event* 2) Look, if anything, its better if you don’t worry about it. 3) If anything is to happen, go to *insert person’s house* 4) If anything, it’s better this way!
Idk (I don’t know) why, but I feel like I just wrote scenes in a book 😂 (probably did to be honest)