If you are a recreational gambler and have the good fortune of being in control of your gambling behavior, this may not be the case.
Many of you may have experienced some of these painful effects of gambling. Regardless of how long it takes, the effects of gambling problems/addiction can be truly devastating.
It is hoped, however, that you did not experience too much devastation from gambling, and that your life is still okay.
A gambling problem can result in a lot of pain in many areas of our life. That is if you have a gambling addiction. Things do get better.
Below I will outline some of the consequences that you could have if you continue on this path. Some of you may have gone into extreme debt, lost your home, experienced poor health, lost your job, and lost your family.. The earlier you catch it and arrest the process, the more you will see improvement in your life. Gambling addiction is truly a path to self-destruction, and nothing good can come out of this addiction.
Even when you win, you will eventually lose everything. Sometimes the consequences happen swiftly, and other times it can happen over a period of years
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