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I have lost all my life savings on stake


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1 minute ago, RomaBeton said:

sell everything you have and deposit on stake you will win all back

he will eventually lose it all. My advice take a break dont think about what you lost keep yourself occupied with other things and stay with people you love

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10 minutes ago, Mikehoncho said:

This isn't the correct response. He has clear cut signs of a gaming problem. You should encourage him to find help, not wish him luck on his next bet. 

Dude it’s about self control. I dont know how to help because I have none lol. The casino, the house always wins. Everyone knows this, everyone should play here for fun and realize the anything is possible. Including losing every single deposit you place you place here. 

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14 minutes ago, Log said:

Dude it’s about self control. I dont know how to help because I have none lol. The casino, the house always wins. Everyone knows this, everyone should play here for fun and realize the anything is possible. Including losing every single deposit you place you place here. 

If you read his comments, he lacks self control. He knows you can lose every deposit as he's lost his life savings. Another deposit or another bet won't help his situation, even if he wins. It isn't about fun anymore. It's an addiction. 

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2 minutes ago, bigb0y0069 said:

you should never use gambling as a way to make money my man! always keep that in mind

 

won't be considering myself as gambling addict if I can do that. lol

2 minutes ago, 69x said:

dammn. same boat. 

shucks

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17 minutes ago, Mikehoncho said:

If you read his comments, he lacks self control. He knows you can lose every deposit as he's lost his life savings. Another deposit or another bet won't help his situation, even if he wins. It isn't about fun anymore. It's an addiction. 

Well i’ll tell you like my stepdad told me growing up, he would say if I ever asked him a question, “hell, I don’t care what you do boy I ain’t your f***ing daddy“ :)

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My dear, I'm very sorry to hear that. Let me just tell you my story.

I wasn't in a very good place emotionally but had some money after I finally got to sell a very tiny apartment I used to own. I had just moved in with my girlfriend but had lost my mom 2 months before, I was a mess. I was already under professional guidance since my girlfriend have bipolar disorder and talked me into seeking professional care. Eventually I was diagnosed with OCT and bipolar disorder as well. But that didn't stop me from gambling. I had a very open relationship with my psychiatrist and every session he would talk to me about anonymous gambling groups. I would listen carefully but didn't think it was for me. I had set a 20-30% limit that I would afford to lose before considering I had a real gambling problem. It eventually happened and thankfully I was able to admit defeat and attend to those groups and start therapy with a psychologist as well. I finally understood I had more of a disease than a mere "gambling problem", a disease that would eventually take money from me but not only that, it could also destroy my life along with everything I loved so much, my girlfriend, our cats, my lovely brother. It wasn't until I understood that it was never about the money that I had lost but all the money I would prevent myself from losing by seeking help that I could finally stop. So, my advice to you is not to look at what all this shit has taken from you. Accept that. It's like you had a disease that took a leg from you. You won't have that back. You could put your other leg on the line to get a new one but in the first place it was exactly what took your leg from you. So you might lose both. Do you love your leg? So why would you risk losing it? You can work, invest, and buy a new prosthetic leg, so just focus on this. Thankfully, money is money, it's not irreplaceable like a natural leg. But keep in mind one thing, gambling does not only take money from you, it also take irreplaceable things. So, my advice is: look forward. Seek help, talk about this with others. I'm sure you have so much you love in your life. Live for all those things. 

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