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Originally posted by Colin In Brum

…  Guess what? …

Guess what?  One of the positive things that I do is to participate in the options that GT provides and then I take advantage of the advice and encouragement given by it’s members and staff.  I read and research the postings and advice of others here and use what I find helpful. 
And yes this is tough; logging on is easy, but following through and taking action is not a walk in the park – you have to go after recovery, it does not come to you.
And in borrowing from the Gamblers Anonymous Yellow Book, "To all Members, Particularly the new Members": if you want to see more of the tuff actions that work for me and others, read our post and find what will help you, take this simple action and then follow through with the tuffer one of accepting the truths you find. Working recovery pays off – it works if you work it, it don’t if you don’t.
 Larry"Day Two Is Another Day Behind" – With the help of a Higher Power, My 3G’s – God, GA, and GT, I will continue to be  gambling free.