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Hi so I'm a 21 year old gambling addict at my breaking point. None of my family know nor do my friends. I have no idea what to do, I hate myself, I hate my life.


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True rock bottom awaits should you keep chasing your losses. I was confident I would not become one of these "degenerates" that somehow my intelligence and good upbringing shielded me from being a big time gambling loser. Thanks for taking the time to offer these words.. We cannot control ourselves. Something I can't say I've been since I was about All I can say is, listen to the advice of the people on here. It took so little time for my melt down just a couple months until everything was depleted And this happened even after I swore I wasn'tever going to gamble again I just went with the intention to spend and started to chase wildly.. The urges will feel unstoppable. You need all the help you can get. Unfortunately this is the typical end result of a gambling addiction. Sorry to hear about you losing all of your savings. With every day that passes you'll feel better. Not just the loss of your savings but the loss of your former self that you are proud of. It feels horrific, trust me I know What has made me realist that if I continue - I will lose it all and not the money but her, my family and everything. Having gambled away so much in a short period of time and experiencing such a huge loss is immensely emotionally damaging.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} You must actively take action to stop yourself from gambling. Suddenly thought I was rich. We all know this inside ourselves yet we trick ourselves into thinking we are in control every time. Ray, you MUST self-exclude especially if you are not handing your finances to someone else for control. Time will make things easier but your primary concern should be preventing yourself from all triggers or ways to access gambling. Best advice I have read on here is to take each day as it comes. That you're smarter than that. Most importantly, you will lose your sanity and everything good about who you are. Now I'm stuck. Most importantly, self-exclude from ALL land and online casinos you have access to and install a gambling blocker asap. PS: Let me just remind you to take a look at our privacy policy and terms and conditions so you know how it all works! That savings was to invest in a new house.. Stop now before it's too late. The days are so long But I know I have it in me to stop and recover.. You're better than any addiction. How much we've sacrificed our time and energy, destroying our relationships with our family, friends and partners. The pit really is bottomless. Exclusion is paramount at this point and recommended permanently. This is just the trap to get you started back on that rollercoaster that digs your hole just that little bit deeper each time you go for another ride. Talking to people on here helps and I can happily say I've been gamble free for just over a year now. We become something else which we are not proud of. I have taken a loan out to clear a car finance on a better rate. Otherwise go to GA. Here on the forum you can share your experiences in a safe, supportive and accepting environment. It's all just your addiction convincing you its ok to gamble. A gambling addiction can affect anyone, and is so strong that any logic you have is thrown out the window when you play. Yes that's the thing.. You need to accept these losses and realize that gambling is futile and will only get you deeper into the hole should you continue. You are still in the denial stage. You feel like this at this moment in time. You lose your sense of money, take irrational risks and compulsively chase losses with ZERO control when gambling. Your predicament sounds not to dissimilar to my own. I was wrong. Well hopefully you've learnt that quitting gambling isn't as simple as "ok I promise I will stop now. What we lose most from gambling is not the money itself but we lose our former selfs. It will trick your into thinking you can control it, that you can play small or just walk away with a small loss. You may relapse but don't let that phase you. Stay strong. You need let go of your pride and accept that you are powerless to this addiction. Keep posting here and we'll be here to support you along you way but ultimately this is a battle only you can win by your own efforts. So, share as much or as little as you like but do try to stick to keeping just one thread in this forum so people know where to find you if they want to be updated on your progress or share something with you. If you continue you will lose your family, friends, partner and job. I too haven't been able to tell my family or my partner. You are in a very dark place right now and I get it, it's living hell down there. Do whatever it takes to overcome this and you can reclaim your old life back. Take care of yourself and your finances will do the same. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Hello my name is ray, I've always been successful and level headed person Ive been working as a junior doctor for the past three years and I am currently 27 years of age Both online and in actual casinos The problem is Noone knows about this not my parents not my pathner It all started with winning the first time I gambled I began to gamble every month and began to loose every month I began to chase losses and over the past couple months have gambled it all out I'm sick to my stomach and suicidal My job is a good one but very demanding I seem like I can't even function properly in my workplace because of this depression My other problem is what if I can't stop gambling I dnt even have anyone to tlk to personally because I'm so ashamed.. Come on here and post - I'll help if you need to talk. The problem isn't that you lose money, the problem is that you can't stop gambling until it's all gone. You'll feel physically and emotionally sick from the big loss huge losses over small times are very psychologically damaging and you need to grieve this loss. I need to be patient. That's what the addiction does. The addiction does not discriminate. We inevitably hig rock bottom before we can stop and actually think about the full extent of the financial, psychlogical, and physical damage we have done to ourselves. A long term gambler who struggled with addiction once told me: "just when you thought you couldn't go any lower, a gambling addiction can bring you a new low that you didn't even know could exist. I was similar to you, a good education, a good job, healthy savings, a loving partner and even have a mortgage for an upper class apartment. You have not hit rock bottom yet. Underperforming at our jobs. Each passing day will make you more confidant you can beat this. I gambled away my entire life savings I was banking on using for a house. Guys after two months without gambling i relapsed in a binge of gambling Hey Ray sorry to hear about your relapse, but sadly to say, I am not surprised. Sometimes Im just in total disbelief with what I have done But now I know I'm not alone.. Hoping to win it all back Before I know it I'm k down It's been one night since my big loss It feels horrid It's just playing over and over in my head the horror of it all.