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  • 10 Common Lies Compulsive Gamblers Tell

    If you’re living with a compulsive gambler, you’re already familiar with the never-ending cycle of lies, half-truths, and deliberate distortion of facts. More >> 10 Common Lies Compulsive_Gamblers Tell.pdf  
  • 10 signs of gambling addiction and debt

    Gambling becomes a problem when the person continues to gamble even though the problem impacts on their life negatively. At the beginning of the addiction it is often possible to ignore the signs. More >> 10 signs of gambling addiction and debt.pdf  
  • 10 Ways To Stop Gambling Before It Is Too Late

    Gambling addiction is brutal destructive addiction. Gambling addiction takes victims of all ages, including people of different ages, socioeconomic groups,race, creed, and country. More >> 10 Ways To Stop Gambling Before It Is Too Late.pdf  
  • 4 Reasons to Quit Gambling and Start Blogging

    One can find no reason to quit gambling, as long as they make money in gambling. More >> 4 Reasons to Quit Gambling and Start Blogging.pdf  
  • Building Your Quit Gambling Muscles

    Having ‘stuffed up’ doesn’t mean you give up… More >> Building Your Quit Gambling Muscles.pdf  
  • Dealing With Gambling Problem

    As you may have noticed, quitting problem gambling is relatively easy. It’s staying in recovery- making a permanent commitment to stay away from gambling- that is such a challenge. Maintaining recovery for problem gambling and gambling addiction is possi More >> Dealing with gambling problem.pdf  
  • Effects of Gambling

    The Effects of Gambling • How did this happen? I can’t believe all the trouble I'm in. • If I stop gambling now, I’ll have to admit I'm a total loser. There's no way I can pay back all the money I owe. More >> Effects of Gambling.pdf  
  • FAQ about Gambling

    You will know if you have a gambling addiction if gambling has affected your life negatively socially, emotionally, financially and spiritually. More >> FAQ about Gambling.pdf  
  • Gambling Addiction & Problem Gambling

    Gambling addiction, also known as compulsive gambling, is a type of impulse-control disorder. Compulsive gamblers can’t control the impulse to gamble, even when they know their gambling is hurting themselves or their loved ones. Gambling is all they can t More >> Gambling addiction and problem gambling.pdf  
  • Gambling Addiction At A Glance

    • Compulsive gambling affects 2%-5% of Americans, can involve a variety of ways and places to bet, and symptoms may differ somewhat between males and females, as well as teenagers versus adults. More >> Gambling Addiction At A Glance.pdf  
  • Gambling addiction linked to genes

    “Gambling addiction can be inherited,” the Daily Mail reported. The newspaper said, “if one of your parents is addicted to gambling the odds are high that you will be as well, research has revealed”. More >> Gambling addiction linked to genes.pdf  
  • Gambling and suicide

    The National Council on Problem Gambling, citing various studies, reports that one in five pathological gamblers attempts suicide, a rate higher than for any other addictive disorder. People who struggle with gambling problems may experience serious socia More >> Gambling and suicide.pdf  
  • Gambling and You: Questions you may have

    It's when the urges to gamble are so strong that you do it even though you know it's going to damage your health and cause financial problems. More >> gambling and you questions you may have.pdf  
  • Gender Differences In Gambling

    Very few studies have focused on the gender differences related to gambling and problem gambling. More >> Gender Differences In Gambling.pdf  
  • Helping a family member with a gambling problem

    If your loved one has a gambling problem, he or she might: ? Become increasingly defensive about his or her gambling. The more a problem gambler is in the hole, the more the need to defend gambling as a way to get money. Your loved one may get secretive, More >> Helping a famliy member with a gambling problems.pdf  
  • How Gamblers Quit Gambling

    Information shared at Gamblers Anonymous meetings list three events that may occur in a compulsive gamblers life, unless they stop the addiction. More >> How Gamblers Quit Gambling.pdf  
  • How Gambling Can Kill You Faster Than Drugs

    Of all the destructive habits in the world, gambling would seem to be one of the more benign. More >> How Gambling Can Kill You Faster Than Drugs.pdf  
  • How to Help a Loved One with a Gambling Addiction

    Individuals who discover that their loved ones are struggling with a gambling addiction want to find ways to help them and cure their addiction. More >> How to Help a Loved One with a Gambling Addiction.pdf  
  • If your parent has a gambling problem

    If your parent or guardian has a gambling problem, it’s probably changed your life in a lot of different ways. More >> if your parent has a gamblnig problem.pdf  
  • Internet Gambling

    Is something that many westerns enjoy. Some people participate in online gambling games on a monthly basis and some even do so on a weekly basis. But what when person gambles online on a daily basis and basically lose control over his or hers ability to s More >> Internet Gambling.pdf  
  • It Happened to Me: My Father was a Gambling Addict

    “Daddy lost his money because of me,” was my response to my mother’s question, “Why are you crying?” More >> it happened to me my father was a gambling addict.pdf  
  • Most Popular Gambling Myths

    Many players believe that there is a system, lucky charm or pattern of play that will help them win when playing VLTs or slot machines. More >> Most Popular Gambling Myths.pdf  
  • Motivating Yourself To Stop

    If you are in a crisis situation and likely to self-harm consult your doctor immediately. Once you are no longer in danger of harming yourself you can continue with this advice. More >> Motivating Yourself To Stop.pdf  
  • Rewards and Risks

    You may have mixed feelings about gambling. Perhaps you recognize yourself in statements on both sides of this list: More >> Gambling rewards and risks.pdf  
  • Self-Help Advice

    Although there is no substitute for professional help, here are some simple and practical measures to reduce gambling: More >> Self-Help Advice Gambling.pdf  
  • Seniors and gambling

    Seniors have lower rates of problem gambling than adults in the general population – however, certain subgroups of older adults may be at increased risk to develop gambling problems and because of the life-stage, the financial consequences of problem gamb More >> Seniors and gambling.pdf  
  • Signs and Symptoms

    Gambling addiction is sometimes referred to as the "hidden illness" because there are no obvious physical signs or symptoms like there are in drug or alcohol addiction. Problem gamblers typically deny or minimize the problem. They also go to great lengths More >> Signs and symptoms of problem gambling.pdf  
  • Signs of Gambling Problems

    How do you know if you or someone close to you has a gambling problem? The following behaviors can signal the need for help. More >> Signs of Gambling Problems.pdf  
  • Stage of Compulsive Gambling

    Compulsive or pathological gambling is a progressive illness, a psychological disorder which is just as difficult to overcome as addiction to alcohol or drugs. More >> Stage of Compulsive Gambling.pdf  
  • Support For Gambling Problem

    If you have a friend or family member with a gambling problem, it’s only natural to want to help. The individual, however, may not be ready or willing to admit that they have a problem and may not want to discuss it. For this reason, it’s important to be More >> Support For Gambling Problems.pdf