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Synonyms for caring

Synonyms for caring

a loving feeling

feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others

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When my sons are grown up, I would ask you, O my friends, to punish them; and I would have you trouble them, as I have troubled you, if they seem to care about riches, or anything, more than about virtue; or if they pretend to be something when they are really nothing,--then reprove them, as I have reproved you, for not caring about that for which they ought to care, and thinking that they are something when they are really nothing.
He not only talked much, but he talked loudly, little caring, we must render him that justice, whether anybody listened to him or not.
He breakfasted heartily, and caring little, as he said, for the beauties of the Eternal City, ordered post-horses at noon.
They started at once, and went about among the Lotus-eaters, who did them no hurt, but gave them to eat of the lotus, which was so delicious that those who ate of it left off caring about home, and did not even want to go back and say what had happened to them, but were for staying and munching lotus
The time has come for all vested parties--administrators, owners, nurses and physicians--to understand that caring for wounds means much more than just changing dressings and doing things because "this is the way it always has been done.
In addition to caring for the elderly, more than one-fifth of all affluent investors provide financial assistance to an adult child.
As caregivers, we must pay attention to our own biases or methods of caring.
Some feminists' oppose encouraging family care (as would be the case if cash were allowed to pay family members), but others value womens' caring nature, accept that caring opportunities/obligations will present themselves at various points in peoples' lives, and focus on how fairly to support caring with adequate programs (Baldwin & Twigg, 1991; Evers, 1994; Johanss0n & Sund-strom, 1994; Lingsom, 1994).
At the same time, many are caring for patients with increasingly serious physical and cognitive impairments - conditions such as Alzheimer's Disease and debilitating arthritis, which are on the rise due to longer life expectancies.
But, in looking back at the past, those whose passion is caring for our elderly and chronically ill can take heart in just how far we have come.