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AlwaysForwards
(@alwaysforwards)

My Story 

Well at the young age of 24 I feel now is the time to quit once and for all. My gambling has taken many shapes and forms over the last 6 years or so, from the little football bets here and there to moving onto to casino games and more recently slots and high stakes table games. 

 

I’m not going to bore you with figures and anger towards bookmakers who should of noticed my problem but simply let anyone out there who is in a really bad place that you should have HOPE. 

Yes I have debt, yes I have lost relationships and yes I’m not where I want to be at 24 however mentally I’m already feeling better as I write all this down. 

All my accounts are now locked, my debt is getting slowly picked away at and relationships are building day by day. 

I think unless you are an addicted gambler nobody else really grasps how bad it has been for you or what sort of mindset you were in at that time but that’s why we need each other. 

I’m going to work on a big write up of my story in general but wanted to introduce myself properly first. 

 

Thanks all for reading!

 

Always have HOPE

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Posted : 14th August 2019 3:03 pm
holycrosser
(@holycrosser)

Hello, 

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Posted : 14th August 2019 3:37 pm
Gary.1969
(@gary-1969)

Hello ...... so glad you found this site......great to hear your doing well....keep it up,   we can beat this awful disease 

 

Gary

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Posted : 14th August 2019 4:57 pm
dvonjunior
(@dvonjunior)

Hello mate. You have put blocks in place so fair play and working towards paying off your debts. I used to think the bookies were friends with me being nice, making coffee etc. Yet when I was blowing hundreds in the FOBT they would do nothing. Keep posting on here and use the chat aswell. Good luck

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Posted : 15th August 2019 10:57 am
canterbury100
(@canterbury100)

Hey, 

Don't be a mug like me at 43, life is a disaster. Stop gambling now and put every ounce of your energy into meeting a good women/man.  You'll get no happiness from gambling, it will drain you of joy and leave you numb and lonely. The dream of winning the big one is a lie and the worst thing that can happen to some people is winning a huge sum of money. I am certain that if I'd won a million I would have squandered the lot because I'm a sick gambler. Read about the lottery winners who won huge amounts of money and ended up broke, homeless or dead. They say greed is one of the seven deadly sins. All you really know is some good friends and a purpose. The gambling industry is run by scammers and crooks, it'll all come out after we've died. 

Stuart

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Posted : 15th August 2019 3:18 pm
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