Dealing With Gambling
Gambling is the act of risking something of value (usually money) on an event in which the outcome is based on chance. Gambling requires two parties in which one wins and another loses. Problem gambling occurs when a person has difficulty limiting money and time spent on gambling. The problem can be somewhat mild when one pursues gambling “just for the fun of it”—but it can progress to a chronic mental illness recognized by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Problem gambling usually has devastating effects on one’s family, emotional life, and livelihood. This pamphlet provides information and steps toward wholeness.
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