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My Recovery Spotlight on Author & Advocate, Marilyn Lancelot a Recovering Gambler Like Me...

What can I say more about this beautiful friend of mine who was responsible for getting gamblers anonymous meetings into Arizona’s Womens prisons and correctional facilities? 2,733 more words

Recovery & Addiction

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How To Cope With Addiction Of Gambling?

After more than 30 years in the betting industry, I have seen my share of the problems connected with betting and gambling. Just as I have seen the problems connected with nicotine after being a smoker for 25 years, or seen how close friends have struggled with alcohol. 779 more words

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Gambling Addiction: The most ignored mental illness in society?

Gambling is everywhere. You turn on the TV, a floating Ray Winstone head is barking the latest odds for who is going to score the next goal in whatever match. 813 more words

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My Recovery Spotlight on Author & Advocate, Marilyn Lancelot a Recovering Gambler Like Me...

What can I say more about this beautiful friend of mine who was responsible for getting gamblers anonymous meetings into Arizona’s Womens prisons and correctional facilities? 2,733 more words

Recovery & Addiction

Was Problem Gambling A Factor For The Las Vegas Mass Shooter? News About It Around The Web...

“My first and foremost thoughts before my post are to send love, prayers, and condolences to all of those who were lost and the families suffering a loss of loved ones by another senseless shooting.

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Recovery & Addiction

Brain dysfunction is motive enough

Why are so many so shocked that Stephen Paddock the Las Vegas Mass Murderer had no apparent motive?

If he had been a happily married pediatric surgeon, a father of three children, and volunteered for Doctors Without Borders, I would be shocked. 93 more words

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A prayer for Las Vegas

It is with trepidation that I venture into the subject matter of the killings in Las Vegas but venture I will. Because this is a blog about recovery and there is an aspect of the Vegas nightmare that falls under the heading of addiction and its heinous consequences. 497 more words