You Can Beat the Odds

Someone far handier than me with a calculator once worked out that the chances of any of us existing anywhere in the cosmos are one in 400 trillion. That’s the kind of odds that, by comparison, make winning the state lottery seem as easy as buying a ticket.  What about the odds of being struckContinue reading “You Can Beat the Odds”

Letter to Money

I started an experiment at the beginning of this year where I wanted to listen to at least one book every month. So far I’ve listened 3  books in 2021.When I started my audiobook adventure this January, I didn’t have any high expectations. But one day I discovered interesting  audiobook called “You are a badassContinue reading “Letter to Money”

Young People, God Loves You – Do Not Gamble with Your Life

Three card poker, slot machine games, roulette, blackjack, sports betting, bingo… there are so many games available for persons to participate in, not just for entertainment but many are also involved in gambling.  These games can be accessed not only at casinos but also online.  Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and the sad realityContinue reading “Young People, God Loves You – Do Not Gamble with Your Life”

You don’t need to keep it to yourself

Young people may go into gambling as a result of idleness during the lockdown or even because of peer pressure “My friends gamble so I decided to try it then I tried another one and the next and I just couldn’t stop anymore” Most people are addicted to gambling and don’t even know they are,Continue reading “You don’t need to keep it to yourself”

“Gambling Addiction Recovery – 5 Powerful Ways You Can Support Your Partner”

Gambling is an addiction that is dangerously easy to hide. Unlike alcohol or drug abuse, you might not necessarily know someone was a gambling addict on the surface. We see examples of gambling everywhere we look online and within the thousands of casinos in public spaces. Yet society still does not identify gambling addiction asContinue reading ““Gambling Addiction Recovery – 5 Powerful Ways You Can Support Your Partner””

Don’t use Cash while in Gambling Recovery

If you run out of sources to finance your bad habit, you can’t play anymore. Logical!? But what to do? Trust your money to a partner or someone you trust. Cut your credit cards and close the accounts. Under no circumstances should you even try to borrow more money! Let your loved one cover yourContinue reading “Don’t use Cash while in Gambling Recovery”

Activities A Gambling Addict Can Do In Recovery

Gambling addiction often starts as a fun activity, and it can be adopted by anyone from any class and line of work. You start it as a form of entertainment, but it begins to root in your mind, and soon you find yourself addicted to it. Gambling addiction is just like any other form ofContinue reading “Activities A Gambling Addict Can Do In Recovery”

How To Regain Trust of Loved Ones After Gambling Addiction Recovery

Winning back trust takes time, be patient, look for opportunities to win it back and if the love is still there, the trust will follow in time. You have to work a bit harder to  make sure you follow through with everything you say, even if its just turning up at the time you saidContinue reading “How To Regain Trust of Loved Ones After Gambling Addiction Recovery”

Can You Deal With The Problem Of Gambling On Your Own?

Gambling is worst in all forms, but online gambling is destructive in a literal sense. With no monitoring, no limits to gambling and no need of physical location online gambling slowly take over control to your mind and eventually your life. Pathological gambling is the most dreadful of all forms of gambling because, in thisContinue reading “Can You Deal With The Problem Of Gambling On Your Own?”

Part Two: My Partner is a Gambler

Written by my fiancé My fiancé agreed to write about how finding out about my addiction was for her. I think this is the only proper and honest way my readers can have the full picture on how a life of a family gets ruined by a gambling addiction. This is her side of ourContinue reading “Part Two: My Partner is a Gambler”