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      Chandra mouli143

      Hello every one!
      I don’t even know where to post my issue in this forum that is why i am posting it here.I am 22 years old from India.I used to spend all the pocket money from 16 years on sports betting.I myself ruined my studies.Frankly speaking i have even stolen money from my dad’s pocket for clearing my debts.Whenever i used to loose a bet i used to say to myself that i will quit gambling if i win one single bet so that i can clear my next month emi debts.I used to loose the next bet and i used to keep on gambling saying a reason to myself that i didn’t win the last bet that is why i am gambling again.In this continuous cycle i lost nearly 3 lakhs, i used to have a debt of 1 lakh.I some how i got courage to open up with my parents saying about my gambling issues.I cried infront of my dad and he cleared all my debts.But still my addiction towards gambling is not helping me to stop gambling.In this one month again i took loan from apps nearly 1 lakh and lost all the amount in basketball sports betting.Now i am even feeling guilty to talk with my parents.
      I am even not able to eat and sleep.Whenever i am sleeping i am getting dreams which are like hell.For what purpouse am i living on this planet?Should i die so that atleast my debts wont increse.

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