What a great and inspirational thread....
I wish the poster - and everyone who is facing the challenges of gambling responsibly - all the best in overcoming either your compulsion or addiction.
Trust me, they're two different types of challenges, (as I know from personal experience!) however you can overcome the impulse(s) and triumph as long as you don't get too far ahead of yourself and take it one day at a time!
It's also very comforting to see so many sensitive and caring folks on this forum, who realize that any type of compulsion/disorder is simply not a matter of losing "self control"; rather it is a bona fide medical/psychological problem.
Because the explosion of land based and online casino gambling is still such a new phenomenon, we really don't know all of the ramifications (and pitfalls) that lie ahead. That's why it's so important to be supportive rather than judgemental about how different individuals react to this type of stimulus.
Good Luck and God Bless!
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wonder what a mixture of monkey and tiger would make??
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95OWrqHp0-kI dont know , but if they got in a fight, I know who would win
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