Whether you’re care giving for an ailing family member, are a professional caregiver for terminally ill, or are juggling between the tasks of taking care for elderly parents and young children the intentions behind it are usually good and strong willed.
In most of the cases care giving comes unwarned and brings with it plethora of emotions like love, care, guilt, contentment, helplessness and anger. Longevity and shrinking family sizes in the present Indian scenario have also affected the availability of support. Due to this even when you would have preferred shaking your hands off the responsibility of care giving you are left with no choice but to morally and obediently follow.
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