cared for

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"I cared for him, and he cared for me; but his mother did not wish it, and he married another girl.
"Tell me, isn't it humiliating to think that a man has disdained your love, that he hasn't cared for it?..."
"But he didn't disdain it; I believe he cared for me, but he was a dutiful son..."
Whenever possible, veterans should be cared for at home or in community-based non-institutional settings, which help to maintain ties with families, friends and communities.
Similar proportions of both groups reported smoking during pregnancy, but the proportions reporting alcohol use while pregnant and a history of substance abuse were higher among those being cared for in a traditional practice than among those receiving collaborative care.