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Get Support. Self excluded from the nearest bookmakers near my house. I always make the mistake of not using the money straight away for things. I have done stints of months. We perhaps can help motivate you to strengthen your self exclusion before the financial situation further deteriorates for you. The bad thing is that increasing my overdraft was instantaneous and it is a danger now as I can increase it to 5k. I am not sure what other forum users will think but we try to keep the focus on recovery talk in the forums. Really dejected. Again, I have never done that. And do you think self-excluding from the bookies in your High St would help? Maybe that is how I justify my relapses subconsciously, because I have never gotten into debt in over 12 years of gambling, but it is problematic as I don't want to gamble AT ALL, and I have empited my bank account at times. So, Urgh, thank you for being honest about what you're struggling with right now. I am hoping I can socialise a bit more this month and meet new people. I have thankfully spent the majority of my winnings on good things. How would you feel if you won? From my worst point I was gambling 5 day a week so I am thankfully a lot improved from that. My physical casino habit was bad but each time I went my losses were limited to the ATM limit I can understand why physical casinos could be justified as entertainment, night out with the boys etc , but online is purely to line the pockets of those big companies. I really don't trust online and won't use them again. I have actually requested a self exclusion removal at one place, don't ask me why. Two things happened recently that made me realise it's still a very bad habit I have. I spent last night watching videos on youtube and must've spent 2 hours watching FOBT videos until 4am. I don't gamble online, haven't done so for may years, but I am thinking about it only because I cannot go to a casino anywhere in my area. I have never done that before. Some people on the forum are attempting to reduce their gambling gradually, some to maintain a controlled level of gambling, and some feel strongly that the only option is complete abstinence. Please Login or Register. Enter a search term Submit. The stress of uncertain employment brings me back into the bookies. How sick would that make you feel? I was kidding myself when I said I was going to buy food. I am wondering what happened with the request you made to end your self exclusion in the casino? I headed to the shops on Boxing day, determined to spend this money on whatever the hell I wanted, but I couldn't bring myself to spend it, and I went into the bookies and lost it all. I do not gamble online. Forums Recent Posts Register Login. I have been self excluding and removing them on and off for a few years, and they are getting the the point where each time they are saying this time is has to be permanenet. Really, science shows that it chemically effects the brain similarly to cocain. When you start playing it's like injecting a substance in our bodies and because it's an addiction alot of compulsive gamblers will play until extinction of funds which is like playing until there are no drugs left. You can guess what happened. I had the day off today so I slept in late and went out to get some fresh air. I know what I have to do, but it's terribly hard to break lifestyle habits. Listen to people on here, stick with the gamcare regardless of how bad it gets. Went to the casino to talk about Reinstatement. The main trigger has been leaving my full time job and the stress of potentially being unemployed, and trying to restart a career path which I am finding very hard as noone seems to want to employ new trainees unless they are young. Thank you for re-joining GamCare and starting another diary. I am awaiting the result, but it looks like I won't be let back in. Thank you to other forum users for responding with their views. The subject of controlled gambling does cause a lot of controversy here on the forum. I note that your diary at this point is very pro-active towards writing of your current gambling and desires to gamble, and you mention that you hope the content of your diary 'does not trigger people to gamble'. Recovery diaries{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I knew I was going to go. I was so depressed, because I had managed to make my money back but then I lost 5 straight spins. I am free one day at time, at the moment and for all of us that is all we can hope for. Despite gambling here and there to let off steam, I don't spend very much so my savings have actually gone up, albeit slowly. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Things aren't great, but not terrible either. I had some gamcare counselling last year, the notes are still in my cupboard. Ideally I would like to stop completely, I am of course always trying to not gamble. Good luck mate I know the feeling, at one stage I used to walk from bookies to GA meeting back to bookies. I will not be too saddened if i do slip up, as long as I am reducing my gambling, it is always a bonus. I had counselling last year with gamcare, I still have my notes so I will look back at those. If you won you would eventually lose it all. Despite having bad gambling issues, I have been able to save a chunk of my salary each month for the past 4 years The problem is that when I do gamble I cover it up with overtime, or by living on a very low budget for myself. Therefore if you are ready at any point to get further help and more advice from us please do contact the free HelpLine on and talk to an advisor. I am ashamed to say I have nothing in my life to look forward to, and the thought of one last go with 1k or something like that is worth a try. I am so strict on myself with my bidget but when I lose, it makes me even more strict. My current situation - Self excluded from all physical casinos in my city. I put it in my bank accoutn and lose it. I have always made sure I have money for food and bills. Current job uncertainty, earning a low wage, no social life. Chat with an Adviser one to one for confidential advice, information and emotional support, 24 hours a day. I guess they are taking things a little bit more seriously now with legislation and things. Probably a good thing. Any winnings is just a loan you always give it back plus more. Sorry that bad times have brought you back, but glad you are addressing it and asking for help. Sounds like it would be a good idea to get that back in place. I cannot wait until payday, I will transfer the majority of my pay packet nto my savings, and I will leave my debit card at a friends house so I won't have access to it. It's easier for me to digest not going back out if I think of it like a drug addiction. I have been emailing them but they are not replying. Speak to an Adviser for free: call , 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I am disappointed I went back but can't help but feel like I needed that money and i was a great feeling. All options are up for discussion on this forum, but we do intervene when content about gambling becomes triggering, and where it sounds like a forum user is no longer focusing on recovery, we will draw it to their attention. Hopefully this bad period this will blow over. The GamCare Forum and Chatroom. I see gambling to be somewhat like this example. I have also been rewatching some youtube videos on addiction. I walked back in a big pickle, literally no available cash, and I was already thinking of wys to tell my family and friends why i can't do this or that. I am under no illusions that we can, I know we can't control our gambling, I just try to minimise it as much as possible and be realisstic and realise I will slip up here and there, it is an eventual goal as I have gone 9 months gamble free before. Live text chatroom - speak to others in similar situations about your experiences and find support. I haven't much else to do and days off work are a nightmare for gambling. Well done for leavng your card at home and recognising that to change gambling habits requires making other changes such as strenthening social life and addressing the trigger of boredom, and I wish you well in your pursuit of getting out and about and meeting new people. In retrospect I do not think I will get reinstated, I absolutely forgot to lie about how I am all in control now. I bought some supermarket vouchers which means my groceries are paid for the whole month. Payday tomorrow, will transfer the bulk of my pay into savings, to live off peanuts. It sounds as if you're stuck in a cycle of chasing losses and finding it difficult to give up the fantasy of gambling being an answer to solve your debts rather than the cause of them. I won today and I didn't make the same mistake of putting it all back in. I hope I don't trigger any people who read this. Same thing every month. I note that you are particularly vulnerable due to the fact of having an uncertain work situation and I do empathise at the same time as being concerned that this is one of your triggers to continue gambling. I wish you the best in your recovery you can do it. I have had to increase my overdraft facility online, and thank goodness it worked straight away.