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    Re: What does it mean to care for someone?

    im know what is care.. its when you dont want to lose some1, you'll help him/her everytime you can...

    but.. i dont know how about love... and i dont know how its feel... and that is my very problem..

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    Re: What does it mean to care for someone?

    To care...

    LTC... loving tender care...

    To care... is it just an action? Could it be a feeling?
    .... caring... is a form of love, but not love itself...

    ... you can hate a person to the bone, and still love them...

    ... you can hate a person to the bone, and still care about them...

    To care for? Or to care about? Two different things...

    To care for? To take care of? Or to care about? Three different things....


    Dictionary.com states:
    1. A burdened state of mind, as that arising from heavy responsibilities; worry.

    2. Mental suffering; grief.

    3. An object or source of worry, attention, or solicitude: the many cares of a working parent.

    4. Caution in avoiding harm or danger: handled the crystal bowl with care.

    5.
    a. Close attention; painstaking application: painting the window frames and sashes with care.
    b. Upkeep; maintenance: a product for the care of fine floors; hair care products.

    6. Watchful oversight; charge or supervision: left the child in the care of a neighbor.

    7. Attentive assistance or treatment to those in need: a hospital that provides emergency care



    It seems that care is something that is worry. Details are a worry.

    ...as odd as it seems...
    Care is a dark side of love...

    Worry... is a dark feeling. Even if it has love in its every being, it is dark to whoever is caring...

    If one is not doing well, and one takes care of him/her... it's not "lalalalalaa~ I'm taking care of you..." ... it is "I hope you will get better.." ...

    To be cared for, however, is a wonderful feeling... it makes one feel more special to that person. Unless if one is badly taken care of.

    ... I could keep going, but my eyes are getting tired...

    ... as for me... I care because I worry... and also to give that person that wonderful feeling...

    I love my darling... I get worried when she gets sick... but just as important... I want to show her how much she means to me, and how much more I wish to make her feel better. In every way possible..

    ..it's not just when a person is sick, or in trouble, or sad, or mad, or is working hard... it's even for the good times... I want my darling to be happier. I'm worried that she won't have that much fun with me. ...in that way, I care about what she thinks of me and what she's doing.

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