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    vikkydonlad
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    Hello everyone, i am new member , i hope we will have a good time in the future.

    #10671
    Dunc
    Keymaster

     
    Hi Vikkydonald, A Warm Welcome to Gambling Therapy
    Having found us you have also found a diverse community who can help and support you on your recovery journey.
    Here on the forum you can share your experiences in a safe, supportive and non-judgemental environment and by reading others stories am sure you will see that you are very much not alone in this addiction
    Please click here to see our services page, feel free to use all that this site can offer…
    To chat with others in real time you may wish to make use of the support groups, the ***** of these groups are advertised under "What’s on and When" or click here to see the weekly group schedule.
    For one to one chat you may want to try the live advice helpline. Click "connect" when these options become available.
    Also to say when you registered we would have sent you an email with an attachment, this attachment will help you navigate the site and find the support you so rightly deserve, alternatively this guide can be downloaded by clicking here.  
    Take Care
    Harry25 year poker player, 25 year Hierarchal fool, 25 year ego boost…  Intellectualisation was my down fall, simplicity was my salvation

    #10672
    paul315
    Participant

    Originally posted by vikkydonlad… i hope we will have a good time in the future.
    Good morning Vikky, my name is Larry and I am a compulsive gambler, my last bet was October 17, 2012, a bet made after over three years of being gambling free when I found myself in the right set of circumstance and unguarded. Welcome to GT, a place where you can learn to be gambling free and live a more normal way of life so you can have good ***** in the future without being tied to gambling.
    Read the post of others and follow the advice and suggestions that relate to your *****. Ban yourself from the gambling venues that you frequent, including any online sites or blogs or forums that promote gambling. You can also install blocking programs that will prevent you form using online sites if that is one of the ways that you gamble — one of the ways that you mistakenly seen as a good time in the past.
    Look for a live help group in your area such as Gamblers Anonymous where you can share your problems and progress with others in person in addiction to participating in the services here; do all you can to combat this addiction. You have to go after recovery, it doe not come to you.
    God’s speed, use your Higher Power to strengthen and guide you.
    Larry
    Thanks to my Higher Power, My 3G’s – God, GA, and GT,  "Day Two Is Another Day Behind" and with the help from all I hope to continue to remain gambling free.– 5/8/2013 6:42:03 PM: post edited by paul315.

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