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The temptation to try your luck or experience an easy win can be irresistible but also fun at the same time. Every time you win, you might become motivated to play more and win more, and every time you lose you may desperately continue, hoping that a ”big win” is just around the corner. The more you do this, the more obsessed you can become with this activity.
This is why the gambling can become a habit. If you are losing control of your gambling and you don’t feel like it’s fun anymore, read on, this information might help you. Or if you know someone with this problem, you might be able to help them yourself.

Do you have gambling problems?

Have you ever asked yourself the following questions?

  • Have you ever put at risk your relationship with others, your family, educational studies or your career because of gambling?
  • When you were winning, did you feel the need to go back and win more?
  • Have you lied, stolen or borrowed to get money for gambling?
  • Are you reluctant to spend money on anything else than gambling?
  • Do you ever gamble for longer period of times than you initially planned?
  • Do you ever use gambling to escape worry trouble, disappointment or frustration?
  • Are you in debt because of gambling?
  • Have you ever sold your own or your family’s possessions to get money to gamble?
  • Be honest, firstly with yourself and then with others
  • Talk about it with someone you trust, your family, friends, even a counsellor
  • Talk to the saloon managers, they will understand. Their experience in the industry gives them awareness of the issue
  • Consider setting financial limits by limiting the amount of money you gamble
  • Regularly take some breaks, distance yourself from the industry for a while
  • Be responsible, don’t run away from your problems
  • Try to get help from professionals. They will be there to help you anytime

Practical steps towards responsible gaming

  • Look for patterns in your behaviour: are you gambling when bored, stressed or frustrated?
  • Use a calendar to mark each day you do not gamble, so you can follow up on your progress
  • Ask someone you trust to handle your money for an agreed amount of time (for example 3 months)
  • Reward yourself after a period of time spent without gambling, and try to invest them in yourself
  • Remember to be patient with yourself, be optimistic, you can overcome this obsession. Some players find it impossible to go back to gambling without losing control, while others are able to return to controlled gambling
  • Don’t forget that you can always reach out for professional help