Caring – it is simply being thoughtful. It is also demonstrated when you are so willing to use up a part of your life which you can never retract (like time, love and effort); and still rearing to continue doing so even when you get nothing in return…
by Ria Valerie Cabanes
Caring is simply the willingness to provide concern and help to someone in times of need. As provider of care, to be caring is to look at the person as an integrated whole whose needs do not only revolve on physical but as well as on psychological and spiritual matters. It is through this way that patient-nurse relationship is founded and nourished.
by Richelle Ann Talingting
it is when I assist an elderly patient as if it was my own grandpa,
it is when I assist to give birth as if it was my own son,
it is when i give advise to a stranger as if it was my best friend,
it is when I give my own blood to someone in blood transfusion,
it is as if I give medications as if I am a miracle worker,
it is when I give bed bath as if I do it at home with my younger siblings
it is when I give NGT feeding as to nourish the soul,
it is when I make the patients bed as if it was my own bed,
it is when I care for a stanger, thinking he could be me or someone close to my heart... no matter what the situation is...
I give it all my best...
CARE IN CHINESE
by Stephanie Ann Macalde
-is touching someone's life with kindness and compassion without expecting in return.
-it is a means of communication which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
-it is an act of lovingkindness which implies "I love you. God Loves you. I care, God cares.
by Raydene Grace Betache
Caring is when you let the person know that you are there for him/her without even asking.
Caring is when find ways to satisfy the needs of others as well as yours.
Caring is loving. Loving is caring. When you have both all else follows.
by Vida Vanessa Tan
Caring is a humane act. It is not as simple as or helping of a person get through difficult times - it's about diving into their shoes, their path, their pain and then helping them get through it
by Sheila May Lim-Ngan