I have been gambling from a young age. Where, as with many, it first starts as a fun night out where I visited a casino maybe 1 to 3 times a year and played relatively small amounts. Over the years I have started to gamble more and more and the amounts have also increased. In the end I I developed an addiction and when I gamble I keep going until I run out of money. As a result, I went into debt in everything and I went into debt. Every bit of money that came in went there and I had all kinds of constructs to keep this addiction a secret from my environment. A few years ago the bubble finally burst whereby bills could no longer be paid. Hereby I put everything on the table with my girlfriend and family and told my one secret that no one knew. I think this only happened because the limit had been reached for me and I couldn’t go any further.
Hi Bob, very familiar to all. Please don't make the mistakes I'm still making tell Dr. You're entering a lie world yourself. It's such an *addiction where there are no words. I wish you the best of luck
Dear Radloos, thank you for your message. It will most certainly be told today. In the meantime I have recovered a bit. And the whole process of not gambling starts all over again. I just think it’s scary that I can suddenly gamble everything again for 1 day. And I feel like I don’t see this coming. This could be in a year or 2 years, no idea. I want to stop permanently. Have lived in a heavy gambling addiction for too long a period of my life. Stopping, which worked every time for a fairly long period of time, gave me a lot of satisfaction and pleasure in life.