Overcoming Addictions
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How to quit gambling

 

 

 

How to quit a gambling addiction
 
 
Gambling is a severe addiction to break because on the surface it does not seem to be as bad as other more openly destructive addictions. Heroin addiction is much more destructive. For Heroin addicts 99.9% of them will be ruined financially. For compulsive gamblers the percentage can be as low as only 95% ruined financially. Of course you are going to be part of the 5% who come out ahead right? Not quite. The 5% is primarily made up of expert poker and Blackjack players. For other gamblers the percentage is closer to 1-1.5%.
Using real statistics if you are a compulsive gambler there is a 99% chance you will go broke. And please don't put yourself in the expert category unless you make money (net) every year. Many of you are watching this video because you just went broke again. But many of you are confident that you have a system and next time you will score the win you really need. But it will not happen because you need to be really lucky just to break even in a given year because the house always gets paid. They always win in the long run. When they win you lose.
Key Point #1 Form a habit to say to yourself 5 times a day that "Gambling causes me financial destruction. It has in the past and it will in the future."
Michael Hardiman in his book Overcoming Addictions says "Gambling addicts tend to deal with emotional distress by using defense mechanisms of distraction and rationalization. In other words, like other types of addicts, they have a lot of problems coping with their feelings. What tends to set these addicts apart is their use of thinking as a means of avoidance. Once this pattern is established, they are prime candidates for gambling problems. Having tasted the experience of gambling, they have found a situation that can utilize all their mental energy. The risks inherent in betting occupy their minds, and eventually take it over completely. Allied to this is the adrenaline surge that is inherent in the excitement of the risk of winning or losing. He continues, gradually, a cycle of obsessional thinking about gambling takes a firmer and firmer hold on the person's mind. Fatigue and financial loss lead to taking higher and more impulsive betting risks, with even less chance of success. Emotionally exhausted from the outcome of this addiction, the gambler has fewer and fewer resources to use in his relationships, his family, and his work. Gradually, as financial problems mount, he becomes more and more secretive and deceitful, mortgaging more and more of his resources, losing more and more money, all the while hoping for the big win that will relieve him of this burden. Should this win occur, he is likely to lose it all again, and so the cycle continues. This is akin to someone trying to dig themselves out of a hole with a shovel--all they do is get in deeper. Most untreated gambling addicts eventually lose everything they won--and often a lot of what they don't own--leading to lifelong debt and financial impoverishment. Emotional withdrawal folllows and deeper anxiety sometimes leading to suicide. Sometimes the addict turns to some other addictive substance such as alcohol. Over a period of years, the person becomes an emotional and spiritual wreck."
 
You must destroy the myth that if you just keep on playing sooner or later your big score will come in. There are hundreds of thousands of people who have plugged $10,000 plus $20,000 plus $30,000 plus their retirement plan and everything else they had into gambling. They have nothing to show for it except a headache and you won't either. Very few people would say that if they sat down with the 10 best poker players in the world that they would come out ahead after a week of high stakes play. Because you wouldn't, because these players are probably geniuses compared to you and me. But quite frankly your odds are better playing against these people, than your odds are for hitting the jackpot.
Key Point #2 Think more about the 40,000 people who went broke trying to hit the jackpot than you think about the one person who did hit it.
Get rid of the It's only $10 or $40 or $200 mindset. If you have a problem with gambling that $10 bet keeps you in your rut. You may not associate the $10 Lottery ticket you bought Tuesday with the $450 or the $1450 you dropped at the casino on Saturday. But the problem is that on Tuesday your thinking was in the wrong place and that helped lead to your blowout on Saturday. Quite frankly thinking right on Tuesday in no way guarantee's that your Saturday will go well, but thinking wrong on Tuesday pretty much guarantee's that you will slip back into problematic behavior. If instead of buying that lottery ticket on Tuesday, you say key point #1 from this video 5 times and key point #2 three times. Now instead of stepping out on a slippery slope you have climbed up the mountain of success at least a few inches.
Key Point #3 You Can't hang out with people who gamble or people who talk about gambling. If you have a close friend who gambles, ask them not to talk about gambling when you are around, but it probably won't work. You really need a new crowd. Making new friends is work but it is one of the things you can aggressively do to quit gambling.
Key Point #4 Have a list of the benefits of quitting gambling. Write down all the benefits then memorize the top 5 and top ten benefits. This will allow you to say the benefits multiple times each day until you get on more solid footing in your recovery.
Realize that the damage gambling does is far more than just financial. It causes emotional distress, a loss of Faith, and it is often destructive to relationships. If you put gambling ahead of spending time with your children or spouse you need to get outside help right now.
The rest of this article will contain information which is Spiritual in nature only. For compulsive gamblers, gambling puts a vise around your throat spiritually and it just won't let go. Gambling is not a Biblical sin but for addicted gamblers it often leads to other sins. If it causes you to sin you need to change. The next step for everyone is to realize that Jesus is the light of the world and you need his light in your life instead of gambling. Please see video's one and two for more information on Spiritual growth. Scripture also encourages us to stay away from attempts to “get rich quick” Proverbs 13:11(NLT) says "Wealth from get-rich-quick schemes quickly disappears; wealth from hard work grows over time”. Set goals to find your Christian purpose not to get rich gambling. Hebrews 13:5 NIV Keep your lives free from the love of money & be content with what you have.

How to quit a gambling addiction
 
 
Gambling is a severe addiction to break because on the surface it does not seem to be as bad as other more openly destructive addictions. Heroin addiction is much more destructive. For Heroin addicts 99.9% of them will be ruined financially. For compulsive gamblers the percentage can be as low as only 95% ruined financially. Of course you are going to be part of the 5% who come out ahead right? Not quite. The 5% is primarily made up of expert poker and Blackjack players. For other gamblers the percentage is closer to 1-1.5%.
Using real statistics if you are a compulsive gambler there is a 99% chance you will go broke. And please don't put yourself in the expert category unless you make money (net) every year. Many of you are watching this video because you just went broke again. But many of you are confident that you have a system and next time you will score the win you really need. But it will not happen because you need to be really lucky just to break even in a given year because the house always gets paid. They always win in the long run. When they win you lose.
Key Point #1 Form a habit to say to yourself 5 times a day that "Gambling causes me financial destruction. It has in the past and it will in the future."
Michael Hardiman in his book Overcoming Addictions says "Gambling addicts tend to deal with emotional distress by using defense mechanisms of distraction and rationalization. In other words, like other types of addicts, they have a lot of problems coping with their feelings. What tends to set these addicts apart is their use of thinking as a means of avoidance. Once this pattern is established, they are prime candidates for gambling problems. Having tasted the experience of gambling, they have found a situation that can utilize all their mental energy. The risks inherent in betting occupy their minds, and eventually take it over completely. Allied to this is the adrenaline surge that is inherent in the excitement of the risk of winning or losing. He continues, gradually, a cycle of obsessional thinking about gambling takes a firmer and firmer hold on the person's mind. Fatigue and financial loss lead to taking higher and more impulsive betting risks, with even less chance of success. Emotionally exhausted from the outcome of this addiction, the gambler has fewer and fewer resources to use in his relationships, his family, and his work. Gradually, as financial problems mount, he becomes more and more secretive and deceitful, mortgaging more and more of his resources, losing more and more money, all the while hoping for the big win that will relieve him of this burden. Should this win occur, he is likely to lose it all again, and so the cycle continues. This is akin to someone trying to dig themselves out of a hole with a shovel--all they do is get in deeper. Most untreated gambling addicts eventually lose everything they won--and often a lot of what they don't own--leading to lifelong debt and financial impoverishment. Emotional withdrawal folllows and deeper anxiety sometimes leading to suicide. Sometimes the addict turns to some other addictive substance such as alcohol. Over a period of years, the person becomes an emotional and spiritual wreck."
 
You must destroy the myth that if you just keep on playing sooner or later your big score will come in. There are hundreds of thousands of people who have plugged $10,000 plus $20,000 plus $30,000 plus their retirement plan and everything else they had into gambling. They have nothing to show for it except a headache and you won't either. Very few people would say that if they sat down with the 10 best poker players in the world that they would come out ahead after a week of high stakes play. Because you wouldn't, because these players are probably geniuses compared to you and me. But quite frankly your odds are better playing against these people, than your odds are for hitting the jackpot.
Key Point #2 Think more about the 40,000 people who went broke trying to hit the jackpot than you think about the one person who did hit it.
Get rid of the It's only $10 or $40 or $200 mindset. If you have a problem with gambling that $10 bet keeps you in your rut. You may not associate the $10 Lottery ticket you bought Tuesday with the $450 or the $1450 you dropped at the casino on Saturday. But the problem is that on Tuesday your thinking was in the wrong place and that helped lead to your blowout on Saturday. Quite frankly thinking right on Tuesday in no way guarantee's that your Saturday will go well, but thinking wrong on Tuesday pretty much guarantee's that you will slip back into problematic behavior. If instead of buying that lottery ticket on Tuesday, you say key point #1 from this video 5 times and key point #2 three times. Now instead of stepping out on a slippery slope you have climbed up the mountain of success at least a few inches.
Key Point #3 You Can't hang out with people who gamble or people who talk about gambling. If you have a close friend who gambles, ask them not to talk about gambling when you are around, but it probably won't work. You really need a new crowd. Making new friends is work but it is one of the things you can aggressively do to quit gambling.
Key Point #4 Have a list of the benefits of quitting gambling. Write down all the benefits then memorize the top 5 and top ten benefits. This will allow you to say the benefits multiple times each day until you get on more solid footing in your recovery.
Realize that the damage gambling does is far more than just financial. It causes emotional distress, a loss of Faith, and it is often destructive to relationships. If you put gambling ahead of spending time with your children or spouse you need to get outside help right now.
The rest of this article will contain information which is Spiritual in nature only. For compulsive gamblers, gambling puts a vise around your throat spiritually and it just won't let go. Gambling is not a Biblical sin but for addicted gamblers it often leads to other sins. If it causes you to sin you need to change. The next step for everyone is to realize that Jesus is the light of the world and you need his light in your life instead of gambling. Please see video's one and two for more information on Spiritual growth. Scripture also encourages us to stay away from attempts to “get rich quick” Proverbs 13:11(NLT) says "Wealth from get-rich-quick schemes quickly disappears; wealth from hard work grows over time”. Set goals to find your Christian purpose not to get rich gambling. Hebrews 13:5 NIV Keep your lives free from the love of money & be content with what you have.

How to quit a gambling addiction
 
 
Gambling is a severe addiction to break because on the surface it does not seem to be as bad as other more openly destructive addictions. Heroin addiction is much more destructive. For Heroin addicts 99.9% of them will be ruined financially. For compulsive gamblers the percentage can be as low as only 95% ruined financially. Of course you are going to be part of the 5% who come out ahead right? Not quite. The 5% is primarily made up of expert poker and Blackjack players. For other gamblers the percentage is closer to 1-1.5%.
Using real statistics if you are a compulsive gambler there is a 99% chance you will go broke. And please don't put yourself in the expert category unless you make money (net) every year. Many of you are watching this video because you just went broke again. But many of you are confident that you have a system and next time you will score the win you really need. But it will not happen because you need to be really lucky just to break even in a given year because the house always gets paid. They always win in the long run. When they win you lose.
Key Point #1 Form a habit to say to yourself 5 times a day that "Gambling causes me financial destruction. It has in the past and it will in the future."
Michael Hardiman in his book Overcoming Addictions says "Gambling addicts tend to deal with emotional distress by using defense mechanisms of distraction and rationalization. In other words, like other types of addicts, they have a lot of problems coping with their feelings. What tends to set these addicts apart is their use of thinking as a means of avoidance. Once this pattern is established, they are prime candidates for gambling problems. Having tasted the experience of gambling, they have found a situation that can utilize all their mental energy. The risks inherent in betting occupy their minds, and eventually take it over completely. Allied to this is the adrenaline surge that is inherent in the excitement of the risk of winning or losing. He continues, gradually, a cycle of obsessional thinking about gambling takes a firmer and firmer hold on the person's mind. Fatigue and financial loss lead to taking higher and more impulsive betting risks, with even less chance of success. Emotionally exhausted from the outcome of this addiction, the gambler has fewer and fewer resources to use in his relationships, his family, and his work. Gradually, as financial problems mount, he becomes more and more secretive and deceitful, mortgaging more and more of his resources, losing more and more money, all the while hoping for the big win that will relieve him of this burden. Should this win occur, he is likely to lose it all again, and so the cycle continues. This is akin to someone trying to dig themselves out of a hole with a shovel--all they do is get in deeper. Most untreated gambling addicts eventually lose everything they won--and often a lot of what they don't own--leading to lifelong debt and financial impoverishment. Emotional withdrawal folllows and deeper anxiety sometimes leading to suicide. Sometimes the addict turns to some other addictive substance such as alcohol. Over a period of years, the person becomes an emotional and spiritual wreck."
 
You must destroy the myth that if you just keep on playing sooner or later your big score will come in. There are hundreds of thousands of people who have plugged $10,000 plus $20,000 plus $30,000 plus their retirement plan and everything else they had into gambling. They have nothing to show for it except a headache and you won't either. Very few people would say that if they sat down with the 10 best poker players in the world that they would come out ahead after a week of high stakes play. Because you wouldn't, because these players are probably geniuses compared to you and me. But quite frankly your odds are better playing against these people, than your odds are for hitting the jackpot.
Key Point #2 Think more about the 40,000 people who went broke trying to hit the jackpot than you think about the one person who did hit it.
Get rid of the It's only $10 or $40 or $200 mindset. If you have a problem with gambling that $10 bet keeps you in your rut. You may not associate the $10 Lottery ticket you bought Tuesday with the $450 or the $1450 you dropped at the casino on Saturday. But the problem is that on Tuesday your thinking was in the wrong place and that helped lead to your blowout on Saturday. Quite frankly thinking right on Tuesday in no way guarantee's that your Saturday will go well, but thinking wrong on Tuesday pretty much guarantee's that you will slip back into problematic behavior. If instead of buying that lottery ticket on Tuesday, you say key point #1 from this video 5 times and key point #2 three times. Now instead of stepping out on a slippery slope you have climbed up the mountain of success at least a few inches.
Key Point #3 You Can't hang out with people who gamble or people who talk about gambling. If you have a close friend who gambles, ask them not to talk about gambling when you are around, but it probably won't work. You really need a new crowd. Making new friends is work but it is one of the things you can aggressively do to quit gambling.
Key Point #4 Have a list of the benefits of quitting gambling. Write down all the benefits then memorize the top 5 and top ten benefits. This will allow you to say the benefits multiple times each day until you get on more solid footing in your recovery.
Realize that the damage gambling does is far more than just financial. It causes emotional distress, a loss of Faith, and it is often destructive to relationships. If you put gambling ahead of spending time with your children or spouse you need to get outside help right now.
The rest of this article will contain information which is Spiritual in nature only. For compulsive gamblers, gambling puts a vise around your throat spiritually and it just won't let go. Gambling is not a Biblical sin but for addicted gamblers it often leads to other sins. If it causes you to sin you need to change. The next step for everyone is to realize that Jesus is the light of the world and you need his light in your life instead of gambling. Please see video's one and two for more information on Spiritual growth. Scripture also encourages us to stay away from attempts to “get rich quick” Proverbs 13:11(NLT) says "Wealth from get-rich-quick schemes quickly disappears; wealth from hard work grows over time”. Set goals to find your Christian purpose not to get rich gambling. Hebrews 13:5 NIV Keep your lives free from the love of money & be content with what you have.



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