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Friday, January 4, 2008

Care Giving

Hi people,

Today, we are talking about Care. Care is something that any human being would crave. All our lives, we crave caring. And, it is caring that is addressed by several international organizations that prevail to maintain law and order and harmony in the state. For, it is lack of caring that results in the breeding of terrorists and all other anti-social elements. They are nothing but people who have been robbed of their childhoods. Many people name care differently. You talk about love, affection, motherhood, relationship, cosseting, and everything you can relate to tenderness. It is all nothing but Caring. When we are babies, we need love to grow up. When we become old, we need Caring again. We feel depressed and loneliness begins to haunt the old people when they feel they are bereft of Caring and love from their children or their peers. Its a natural human tendency to feel that way.

You can get to see a lot more about Caregiving Resources and gain knowledge on where you can find Caring for yourself and for the people you very much care about. If you are not able to look after your child, the best thing you can do is to find out more on Caregiving Information and get things fixed up well for your kid and its well being. You may also want to check out Caregivers Resources to learn more about care giving. It is not something that you may want to miss out on if you give so much importance to care giving, that too if you have read on till this ! Learn more about Care Giving and become the most caring person you ever came across !


Carol D. O'Dell said...

I agree!
Caring is natural--but it should also be encouraged since it benefits the giver and the receiver. We need to teach our young to give care willingly.

I "cared" for my mom for 15 years (she had Parkinson's) and the last 3 of those years were in my home (she developed dementia).
It wasn't easy, I have to be honest about that--but I learned so much--about us, about me, about life. I wrote every day, and those hopes, dreams, fears,confessions, moments of guilt and anguish became a book, Mothering Mother.

I'm grateful for what caregiving gave to us both.

~Carol D. O'Dell
author of Mothering Mother: A Daughter's Humorous and Heartbreaking Memoir,

available on Amazon and in most bookstores.