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Hi! Thanks for sharing your experience. A friend and I have started our own online business. He’s a good writer but he also gambles. We have had long talks about the topic and he describes how addictive gambling can be. I have started to search motivational posts that may help him on this topic. And I really liked your post. I’ll share it with him. Thank you!
No worries Abel 🙂
I really like the points in your article about what keeps people gambling. I keep hearing from people who gamble how much they just won and they are so excited. When I ask them how much they lost to get that winning, they are never able to answer. The number one rule in casinos is, “The house always wins” and this is so very true.
That is very true, Feochadan 🙂
I can agree that gambling can be problematic if you let it get out of control, but typically when I go to the casinos I take an amount of money that was decided upon beforehand and fits into my budget. Granted, where I live you have to travel at least a couple hours to go to the casino, so it is like a mini-vacation and if I lose that money its like money that I would spend on going to the movies or some other event. So to answer your question, yes you can gamble without it becoming an addiction, but gambling regularly would be tough not to become an addiction.
I think that is a great idea Travis, that way you are only losing what you can afford too. I also agree with what you are saying.
Addicted to gambling is really a dangerous game. It not only hurting yourself financially, it also causes pain to other family members. There always stories where gamblers borrow money to gamble, the worst thing is borrowing from loan shark, which can be a huge mistake. It can drag the family into a never ending debt, otherwise someone just have pay that huge amount to bail that person.
Gambling once in a while is fine, but for some people if they are prone to this addiction, it is better to stay away from casinos or gambling site.
I agree, Gambling is dangerous, I think you can do it every now and then however it can be hard to distinguish whether you are addicted or not.
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Thanks MD Millat 🙂
Hey, While reading your full guide on Gambling. Gambling problems can happen to anyone from any walk of life. Maintaining recovery from gambling addiction depends a lot on finding alternative behaviors you can substitute for gambling.
Overcoming a gambling problem is never easy and seeking professional treatment. it’s important to remember that every gambler is unique so you need a recovery program tailored specifically to your needs and situation.
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I am sure you will come out of Gambling.
I agree Asha 🙂