The Gambling Fix Can Be Fatal

Got the gambling dose? Do you have that magnetic attraction to gambling that comes up every time you have money? Is this attraction prompting you to spend all your extra money … and your bill money? Did your phone or hydro cut off? Did he lose his house because he spent his mortgage money on gambling? Be careful … gambling can be fatal!

Gambling can lead to many unpleasant things. People who play often lie continuously. They lie to their spouses, parents, children, and friends about how they spent their money. They will exaggerate about how much things cost. Gamblers will give every excuse to the phone company, the hydro company, or even the bank why they can’t pay their bill when it’s due. They are really good at making up sob stories in the hope that this will buy them some time. Enough time to bet a little more and hopefully get enough money to cover your bills. If you are a gamer, you will eventually run out of excuses. People will no longer believe your sob stories. What are you going to do?

The thought of never being able to play again can be depressing, because it’s the only thing that seems to make you happy. You love to gamble, but you have to admit that it is ruining your life. He loses time from work because he does not work to play. You may even lose your job! What are you doing now! Without work you can no longer gamble. Now the depression begins because you can no longer enjoy the only thing that made you happy. What are you doing now?

You start to think about all the money you lost. You also start to think about the friends you lost. Maybe you even lost your family! The reality begins to sink. You have UFABET sunk to the bottom! The depression gets worse. Now you feel suicidal. So now the question is: do you do it or not? Do you just finish it? Maybe everyone would be better off without you! Anyway, you feel like a mess. Here’s how your gambling fix can turn fatal!

At this point, you may succumb to these feelings or it may change your life. You still have the option. Don’t end your life. Stay for a while. There are many things you can do to overcome this depression and your gambling habit. You can seek advice or join a 12 Step program. Start reading self-help books. Learn to meditate. Incorporate positive affirmations into your life. Write in your journal every day. If you put as much energy into improving as you are in gambling, you will overcome this addiction.