Ten Ways to Stop Forever
February 18, 2016
If the propensity is there, and the gambler crosses over that invisible line into problem gambling, addiction can occur in anyone’s life. Find help now and make a plan to begin quitting. It isn’t easy to quit gambling, but there are ways you can help yourself before you get to the point of no return. An addiction like this can send people to jail, cause major social and occupational problems, mental instability, and financial devastation that can last for years.
Some Final Thoughts
Gambling is one of the most dangerous addictions, because of the related risk of suicide. Take it one day, or hour, at a time and keep in mind how great you will feel when you have come clean and stopped gambling with your life.
Gambling addiction is brutal and highly destructive. It does not matter whether the person is rich or poor, educated or uneducated. It is so important for the addict to stop gambling sooner rather than later.
It is important to get help as soon as possible.
Studies show that problem gamblers are more likely to commit suicide than all other types of addicts combined.
This addiction does not discriminate. It can lead to dire consequences that run the gamut from bankruptcy, job loss, depression, anxiety, loss of friends and family, and even suicide. Here are ten strategies to use to stop gambling and reclaim your life!