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ArielMorning
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Hi everyone my name is Ariel, i'm 27 and i'm from Manchester.

It so happened that I have been living in England not so long ago, for about 9 years, and as I found out, there are a lot of avid gamblers here. There are also a lot of players in my company. I only started playing two and a half years ago, but I am already deeply immersed in it. I notice my emotional background is largely dependent on the game. My head is always full of slots, schemes, new providers, games, bets and, even worse, my nervous system is suffering a lot now. Most of the time I play for real money. On average, the game takes me 60% of the whole day. I usually google new casinos on sites like this or like that. It is important for me to play only in proven casinos. But that certainly doesn't matter. Because in the best and worst casinos, the goal is the same thing - to steal my time and money. Now I no longer get pleasure from gambling and from life in general. How do you deal with this?

This topic was modified 7 days ago 3 times by ArielMorning
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Posted : 13th January 2021 2:43 pm
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 X M
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Hi. You just have to take it one day at a time and be really strong. And get as much help as you can. I am 38. I wish I had stopped at 27. But I didn't. Online roulette for years and years since I was 21. It's disgusting and it's ruined my life. That's all it does. It's takes over your thoughts and totally consumes you. 

You HAVE to put blocks in place. Tell someone you trust to take over your finances if need be. Do anything and everything to stop yourself from gambling. 

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Posted : 13th January 2021 8:05 pm
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