Updated: Jul 11
Compassion is “the feeling that arises when you are confronted with another's suffering and feel motivated to relieve that suffering”.
When we step into the role as “caregiver” a significant amount of our time is dedicated to supporting our loved ones. From personal care, to meals, medical appointments, and more. The list of tasks is unending; and we sometimes “struggle” to provide care.
How does one remain feeling “compassion”?
It takes practice and patience to deal with the physical, mental, behavioral, and emotional burdens of care.
What are we practicing?
There are strategies and systems we need to acknowledge and recognize in order to make the changes that will motivate us to continue to support our “loved ones” with compassion. Reach out to the Phlex65 team for more information or help with care.
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