#Caregivers do what has to be done #caregiving "Caring is doing what has to be done and not expecting anything in return." http://www.thecaregiverspace.org/blog/caregiving-as-defined-by-caregivers/
One of the best things I've read. It's so true. You can't offer your best if there's none to give
29 Secrets of Being a Caregiver
Very true, This is what I remind myself when I'm at my breaksing point. 29 Secrets of Being a Caregiver
To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world. - Dr. Seuss
Love isn't what you say
Caregiver Quotes and Tips #2 – Being Available and Taking a Break
Caregiver Tip #129: No Regrets
There are many benefits of caring for loved ones, one being that you'll have no regrets knowing you did what you could during this time.
Honor your mother and father, not only because it's the right thing to do, but God gave it as a commandment
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In the book The Forests Of Hands And Teeth Jed is a caregiver because he helps people to stay healthy during times of sickness. Jed is also very protective and he gets that from being a guardian of the village which is why he is so protective of his family and friends. Being compassionate is another good quality of Jed because he is able to comfort people and make them feel safe which is why he is a very good caregiver.