This includes credit cards, debit cards, access to bank accounts, checks, loans, etc. The only time casinos won’t let you gamble, is when you don’t have what they want……money.
There is but one good throw upon the dice, which is, to throw them away. Know that there are 1000′s of recovering gamblers. You help yourself and others triumph over a common enemy. Don’t know where to turn to for help? Email email@example.com
To learn the secrets to stopping gambling now, & to get 1 on 1 coaching from Jason visit http://www.livegamblefree.com or email Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org
These 10 steps are an excellent start to stopping gambling today.
If you have any unanswered questions or need to be pointed in the right direction email email@example.com
When you absolutely must stop gambling right now, here are 10 steps you can take today.. Carry only a very small budget for food each day and thats it.( absolutely no more than $5). Call them ANYTIME you need to. Connect your gambling with the the negative consequences its brought into your life.
STEP 9: HAVE A PLAN IN PLACE FOR YOUR NEXT URGE
When your next urge comes, what will you do? You’ll need to know the answer to this. If needed, list them out. You make lifelong friends who will always understand and care.
This step can be done by attending Gamblers Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, & finding online support and help.
STEP 1: GET RID OF YOUR MONEY
If you want to stop gambling right now, the first step begins by stopping to carry money. In the moment, you’ll want a plan of action to take when the urge to gamble attempts to overwhelm you.
STEP 6: BAN YOURSELF FROM GAMBLING (ONLINE AND OFF)
If you go to a local casino, take a caring friend and ban yourself for life.
If you play online, contact the online casino and have your account closed permanently, & demand to be banned from their site. Put up pictures of them & when you see it, remember that’s who you’re stopping for.
Recognize that if you gamble, you’re letting them down.
Remind yourself of all the bad things that have been caused by your obsession to gamble. (Email the author at firstname.lastname@example.org for online communities you can join today). He’s overcome his own addiction to gambling & has helped many others do the same. Inpatient Treatment is another. It may sound funny, but joining a group of fellow recovering gamblers gives you strength & power over your gambling. There are 1000′s of people who once were severely addicted to gambling, haven’t gambled for months and even years. Good help seems to come from ex-gamblers themselves because they’ve been there, & they understand. -Author Unknown.
STEP 4: SUBMIT YOURSELF TO A PROGRAM OF RECOVERY
What does this mean exactly? It means you must submit,commit, & trust in the program of recovery you choose. In the beginning the constant thoughts and urges to gamble can be intense. A gambling problem is very strong, plays many tricks on on our minds, & tries to convince us of many lies. If you want to stop starting right now, block all access to money.
STEP 8: STAY HOPEFUL
Only those who never give up on themselves & their program of recovery beat gambling. Gamblers Anonymous is one. You trust that the program will solve your gambling problem, as long as you never give up on it.
STEP 2: GET HELP TODAY
To overcome something as powerful as a gambling problem or addiction, we must get help from others.
Help is out there in many forms. Its best to find someone who’s been in your shoes, but hasn’t gambled in quite some time.
Make sure you like them, they have your best interest in mind, & truly do help you. If you gamble online, get gamblock today.
STEP 5: CARRY RESOURCES WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES
Get or print off pro gambling recovery literature & carry it with you at all times.
Read it daily, especially in first months. Know what to do & who to call if a thought or urges to gamble hits you….(and unfortunately they will).
STEP 10: GET 1 ON 1 SUPPORT.
Stopping Gambling isn’t easy.
STEP 7: REMIND YOURSELF WHY YOU’RE STOPPING, & FOR WHO.
Make a list of the people you love & love you back. Carrying recovery reading & phone numbers help. There are therapists, counselors, & life coaches out there trained to help you stop. He is an author, life coach, sponsor, & former GA chapter president, husband, & stepfather.
STEP 3: JOIN A COMMUNITY OF RECOVERING GAMBLERS
Recovering in numbers is key. (because it is the truth).
Jason is a recovered compulsive gambler of over 5 years and a certified professional life coach. Have phone numbers listed for people to call who support you in your recovery. Combat this with the previous 9 steps & a one on one coach, sponsor, or therapist. Know that if they can do it, you can too
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