Gambling Addict Held His Father at Knifepoint | The Jeremy Ky ...

1 rating

Video Description

"Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1LeF0z4
Broadcast on 04/03/16
A son with a severe gambling problem held his father at knifepoint in order to support his addiction.

Apply to be on the show: http://bit.ly/1IJDyAg

Like, follow and subscribe to The Jeremy Kyle Show!

YouTube: http://bit.ly/1Brqdv9
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1Ak0GyR
Twitter: http://bit.ly/1E66GgW

Join Jeremy Kyle as he deals with fiery confrontations, family feuds, exes at war, relationship problems and topical issues, all in front of a studio audience.

Every day Jeremy and the team attempt to resolve conflicts between families and friends with the help of the Lie Detector, DNA Testing and Jeremy's no nonsense approach.

Tune in to Jeremy Kyle every day on ITV from 09:25am

Do you want to appear on The Jeremy Kyle Show? Go to the website here http://bit.ly/1IJDyAg

http://www.itv.com
http://www.stv.tv
http://www.u.tv"

Quotes

"I stole my girlfriend's (at the time) and sisters bank cards and emptied their accounts before later getting my friends details for money that I soon gambled away. At that moment I knew I had reached rock bottom of my life."

Liam Conaghan

MoreSend us your Quotes


Tips & Hints

  • Ask someone to help you

    Don't be put off by this. You can do it on your own but the support of others makes it easier, especially if you've got serious problem...
    More
  • Limit your access to cash

    About one in five problem gamblers can give it up fairly easily. Most find that for quite a time they can't stop if they have cash in t...
    More
  • Fill the gap

    Problem gamblers may spend 10-20 hours or more a week gambling. They also spend a lot of time thinking and worrying about their gamblin...
    More
  • Friends can help

    There is no doubt that if you have help from your spouse and close friends you are more likely to succeed. Make an effort to explain yo...
    More
  • Relax and look after yourself

    Giving up when you've spent hours each week gambling can make you feel tense and irritable. This can feel even worse when you still go ...
    More
  • More Tips & Hints