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Gambling Addiction is NOT a Poor Person's Addiction. Meet Melinda L., An RN...

 Courtesy of InRecovery Magazine

“My name is Melinda and I saved lives for a living.”

I was an ICU nurse and a nursing supervisor at a hospital where I had been employed for 27 years. 1,286 more words

Recovery & Addiction

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Gambling Addiction is NOT a Poor Person's Addiction. Meet Melinda L., An RN...

 Courtesy of InRecovery Magazine

“My name is Melinda and I saved lives for a living.”

I was an ICU nurse and a nursing supervisor at a hospital where I had been employed for 27 years. 1,286 more words

Recovery & Addiction

4 Years Worth of Gambling Addiction Advocating and Sharing My Story Here on WordPress To Help Many From This Cunning Real Addiction!

My Story I Shared At “HEROES In Recovery” Shattering Stigma and More…

“My name is Catherine and I am dual diagnosed living with mental health challenges and in recovery from gambling addiction 10 years now! 1,176 more words

Recovery & Addiction

Man splurges wife's inheritance from her mother on mobile games

With US$108,000 gone, his wife is now wondering if she should file for divorce. 337 more words

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Women Gamblers of New York: 1884

Women Gamblers

How They Pursue The Exciting Game in New York City

A cable dispatch, says a New York correspondent, recently referred to the high play at the various clubs in London and Paris, and incidentally mentioned the fact that a Russian nobleman lost at one sitting £80,000. 1,821 more words

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"Fighting Compulsive Gambling One NY Times Article and One Life at a Time."

Photo Courtesy Deanna Alejandra Dent for The New York Times.

 “Author and Advocate, Marilyn Lancelot, 86, said that after being a compulsive gambler for seven years, she was arrested at age 61 for embezzling $350,000 from her job and served nearly a year in prison.” 1,331 more words

Recovery & Addiction

Addicted to Dimes by Catherine Townsend-Lyon

I’ve never liked going to casinos much. It’s not just the completely artificial environment, nor knowing that all the games are rigged to favor the house. 220 more words

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