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I've seen these cases a lot in the hospital. 【A long-suffered ➡︎ A long (term) suffering】patient; they have 【nearly ➡︎ almost】no visitors at all except occasional, perfunctory visits from some family members. Then, once they've fallen into a critical condition, so many people come crawling out of the woodwork. Why didn't any of them come (and see)【earlier】just to sit by their side and say, "【I'm caring ➡︎ I care】about you."? It's sad to see, but the reality we might have to face.

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