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Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Insta Scoop: Cathy Babao Shares Recent Meeting with Mom Caridad Sanchez


Images courtesy of Instagram: cathybabao

56 comments:

  1. Nagbabasa lang naman ako ng mga chismis bakit naman napaiyak ako dito.

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    1. May nabasa ako dati, God can't be everywhere that's why He gave us mothers.

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    2. ako din! chismis lng din nmn habol ko bat nman kinurot pa puso ko :'(

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    3. 3:56 true! Grabe, naluha ako sa yo.

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  2. This brought tears to my eyes.

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  3. Awww. Thank you for this reminder. My mom is diagnosed with mild dementia but she seems to be okay now (with the help of maintenance) and parang normal na..and sometimes back to her pangingialam and annoying self. It scares the thought that she will forget me, even with the possibility that she'd be sweet.

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    1. 11:50 at some point when her dementia starts to go deeper, most of them tends to get violent especially if they can’t take the medication on time. Please prepare yourself for the worst possible, I don’t know you but I pray you will go through this. Big Hugs!

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    2. 5:10, mahina na sila kung maging violent man sila. Pagpasensiyahan na lang dahil mas masakit na mawalan ng magulang kesa magpasensiya.

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  4. Ito yung napakagaling na naglulecture kung paano tayo magbehave sa lahat ng occasion eh

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    1. Because she is a professional.

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  5. "that's why it's called the long goodbye" - sakit.

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    1. Totoo nga.
      On a not so related note, my mom died of brain cancer and on her last few weeks, she was there pero not the person she used to be. Masakit. I can imagine similar yung may dementia (they are not who they used to be).

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  6. Caridad Sanchez is one of the nicest and kindest celebrity that I have met. Promise

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    1. One of the brilliant actresses we've ever had.

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  7. Miss Caridad still has the smile that could bright up any room. :)

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  8. ang painfull na tumatagos ang tingin ng magulang mo sayo pero di ka nya maalala...

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  9. Ansakit naman nito, gusto ko lang naman makichismis .. 🥲

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  10. I don't know pero kapag nakikita ko siya sa mga teleserye dati, yung dialogue niya parang adlib.

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  11. This brought me tears.... i miss my mom .. i also would love yo grt even just one last hug.....

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    1. Ako rin, sa tatay ko at sa stepdad ko. Kahit isang hug na lang.

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    2. Same sis 😔😔😔

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  12. Awww! Love the description she gave about our Father. Beautiful. Touching. Moving. Thank you!

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  13. FP naman. May pakurot sa puso ka e. Pero love it. Chismis with a heart. Praying for Ms. Caridad and Kate. ♥️

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  14. I'm a caregiver to a dementia patient. I am a witness to this saying.."The mind forgets, but the Heart always remembers!"

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  15. Grabe nmn. 🥺🥺

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  16. Cathy Babao is one lucky daughter to feel that love despite the sadness.

    My very, VERY physically abusive and unloving mother now has dementia. Di niya kilala anak ko pero even before dementia wala siyang interest in her grandkids talaga, pero she never forgets to ask for money each time we talk. Her “heart” only values and remembers money. I give monthly without fail, pero childhood wounds are still as fresh as ever despite the decades that have gone by.

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    1. Hello, same. My mother is emotionally abusive. I’m going to therapy but every time mag message sya just because she needs something, everything comes back. Hugs to you

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    2. Hoping for your healing.

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    3. @1:29 I am sorry you had to go through that kind of childhood, I may not have exactly the same experience, but it is within the vicinity of that. Hard to pick apart my memories and just isolate the good ones. I wish you could find your peace now so you could drown out those awful recollections. God bless you.

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    4. 1:29, I know those wounds very well for I suffer from them still. I'm also envious of others who have the good fortune of having a kind, loving mother in their lives. I can only wish and vow that I'm a better mother to my own kids, mindful never to leave them lasting pain but only happier memories.

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    5. I'm sorry to hear that 1:29. That's sad, but just continue to open your heart to forgiveness and continue supporting her in any way you can. It will make things lighter for you in the long run...

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    6. I feel you 1:29!

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    7. Bless your heart for still loving her despite of her weaknesses. Tuloy mo lang yan, nasa itaas ang pagpapala.

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    8. tight hugs for you.. and hoping your wounds would heal and scars will fade in time.

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    9. saludo ako sayo. mabuhay ka. napakabuti ng puso mo . binigyan ka ng sakit, in return you give support.

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    10. Hugs to you. I won the parent lottery. I can’t imagine being with a parent who doesn’t love me as my parents do. But hopefully, we will be the best parents that we can possibly be.

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    11. Verbal and physical abuse from a mother is the hardest to bear and the hardest to forget.

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  17. I was lucky till the very end my papa who had dementia never forgot who we were but experienced lapses in his memory. We never left his side and always reminded him about our family. We became rich like owning a benz and having a house with basement because of it though. We just laughed it off.

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  18. My mother had dementia too. She remembered me most of the time as her sister in their childhood days. In very rare occasions, she would remember me as her little daughter, even scolding me for letting my siblings play with mud and not tying my hair hair up. A day before she was hospitalized, during my usual calls to check on her, I was completely surprised that she talked in the ‘now’, called me by my nickname, asked me when I was going home from work, told me to bring her hopia, siopao and egg pie when I go home and reminded me to drink my favorite energy drink. That was the last time my mother was able to talk.

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  19. Naluha ako sa story mo, Cathy. Be well, Ma'am Caridad.

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  20. Namiss ko tuloy nanay ko 😭 she also had dementia.

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  21. This made me cry. What a wonderful way to be described by another person. I wish Ms. Caridad the best of health. I have always enjoyed her acting.

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  22. Oh I remember my Lolo who had dementia. Nakalimutan na nya lahat pero hindi ang pangalan ko 🥲

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    1. I remember my father before he died, nag-"roll call" muna sya mula kay mama at sa aming lahat na magkakapatid. May dementia rin sya and it was also a long goodbye.

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  23. did not know Ms Caridad has dementia .. Love her .. each time we see her on screen, it lights up... and all her dialogues delivered naturally... still remembering her actions... nkakalungkot lang ..God bless her and us all

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  24. OMG.. I also cried reading this. I think it is because I like Ms. Caridad Sanchez. If I am an actor, she's one of the veterans I would want to work with, one of our finest actresses in Ph film industry.

    Get well Ms. Caridad!

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    1. Favorite at close friend sya ni the late FPJ.

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  25. naiyak ako.. si lolo ganyan ngayon

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  26. Oh my I didn’t know she is going through dementia. Nakakasabay ko pa sya madalas sa elevator kapag dumadalaw sya sa anak nya pre-pandemic. Gusto ko magpa-pic kaso nahihiya ako and syempre respeto sa private time nya.

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  27. Galing pw naman ni Ms Caridad, napakaprofessional na artista

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