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For My New Recovery Followers. An Intro ~ Thanks for the 500 Follows!

Hello and Welcome All,

In honor of another ‘WordPress Trophy’ I have been bestowed, I thought I would celebrate with a share of my first article that was printed in a fantastic recovery newspaper publication this month! 1,173 more words

Recovery & Addiction
I really don't feel like doing much today. Have just been on my computer & also watching "Criminal Minds" on Netflix. I have so many TV shows to watch that I wasn't sure where to start today, finally decided that this was the TV show I needed today for some reason. 373 more words
Random Ramblings

Responsible Gaming Education Week - Enjoy Your Gaming, Just Be Aware


Responsible Gaming Education Week (RGEW) was created by the AGA in 1998 to increase awareness of problem gambling among gaming industry employees and customers and to promote responsible gaming nationwide. 474 more words

Massachusetts Gaming Commission

GAMBLING & OTHER THINGS

I finally admitted to myself (on July 11th) that I have a gambling problem.  People have been telling me that for awhile, but I didn't really care. 769 more words
Random Ramblings

Flash Backs of My Past With Mental Health, Undiagnosed . . . .

“Sometimes we have to look back and remember what life was like before being finally diagnosed with a mental and emotional illness.  It is at times still difficult for me to talk about. 1,377 more words

Recovery & Addiction

NS gambling revenues jump 2 years after prevention program cancelled

A spike in revenues from ticket lotteries and video lottery terminals (VLTs) boosted the Nova Scotia Provincial Lotteries and Casino Corporation’s revenue by more than $40 million in the last year. 347 more words

News

Gambling reform? Don't bet on it

From the Age, July 15 2016

by Greg Baum

When Nick Xenophon and Andrew Wilkie announced their mission to loosen the nexus between gambling and sport in Australia on Thursday, it was not hard to imagine that in the offices of some corporate bookies, the first thing they did was to frame a market on the likelihood of the politicians’ success, complete with cash-back options and bonus bets. 855 more words

Sports Betting