What Care Giving Is All About

Author Interview
POH HUAT DAVID SOH Author Interview

Care Giving Gift of Unconditional Love shares your personal story of care giving to educate and inform readers on how to care for others. What inspired you to write this book?

Based on personal and friends experience, have discovered that majority are unaware what Care Giving is all about and this prompted me to write this book to give the hard truths of Care Giving.

I appreciated the candid nature with which you told your story. What was the hardest thing for you to share in the book?

Sharing personal experience from the heart which may offend people but I strongly feel this need to be done like unconditional love, telling truths whether it hurts or not.

What were some ideas that were important for you to share in this book?

Basic definition of Care Giving and going the extra mile to really care for the person from the heart

What is one piece of advice you wish someone had given you when you first started to care for others?

Are you prepared to give your precious time and unconditional love, intangible values.

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This book shares the ‘hard truths’ and experience of what it entails to be a Care Giver.


Many thought Care Giving is a simple task just employing a person to look after the elderly or sick which is just the beginning to this vocation.


Care Giving is a vocation of giving one self to to elderly or sick the Unconditional Love which this book hope to highlight.


Be it an ‘eyeopener’ to all..

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