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As caregivers (and human beings) a little pat on the back can sometimes come in the form of other people’s words. That’s why we include a Care Card in each issue of our weekly newsletter. Quotes are also some of our caregiving community’s favorite things on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

This week, I asked our caregiving bloggers for some of their favorite inspirational quotes. What’s your favorite quote? Share with us in the comments or on our forums.

  1. via Harriet Hodgsonemily dickinson picture with hope poem

  2. via Bobbi CarducciThe Imperfect Caregivermother teresa holding a baby with quote

  3. via Rick Lauber, author of Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians

    Kahlil Gibran quote

  4. via Liz Imlerleonard nemoy quote

  5. via Aprilmichelle moran quote

Photo credit: Mother Teresa quote via imgace.com // Leonard Nemoy quote via Corporation for National and Community Service

Written by Liz Imler
As our Community Manager, Liz focuses on The Caregiver Space's daily online happenings. She also works behind the scenes, fixing bugs and making sure the site delivers our members a clean and seamless community experience. Before coming onto The Caregiver Space, Liz served as a Community Manager in the health and finance industries. She holds an MA from New York University and a BA from George Mason University, and splits her time between Virginia and New York. Her passions include writing, music, and travel.

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