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Gambling Resource Center

by Jerry "Jet" Whittaker
May 18, 2006

Gambling has speedily become an acceptable and regular part of our society. Winning lottery numbers are haggard live on television. Odds on sports events, consequences of horse and dog races and advertising for casinos are carried daily in our newspapers. Billboards, TV and radio ads all communicate the accessibility of gambling. Yes, there is even an occasional ad or poster announcing a hotline number to call for assist with a gambling problem. Gambling has become a daily element of our lives. Gambling joins boating, walking, fishing, exercising, reading, traveling and presence movies, plays, concerts and sporting events as a favorite recreational activity. But many of these activities engage some level of risk. Safe boating needs use of a life jacket. Safe traveling needs use of seat belts. Even reading for pleasure needs good lighting to reduce eye strain.

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For most people, gambling is a communal or recreational activity, something that is fun and entertaining. But for others, gambling leads to problems and, for some, it becomes uncontrollable and is no longer a choice. Compulsive gambling is not a bad habit but somewhat a life-threatening disorder. Compulsive gambling is unhelpful to families, friendships and careers. Basic requirements like money for food and rent are neglected. Recreational gambling needs an understanding of the characteristics of low-risk gambling, as well as the signs of a gambling problem. People who choose to gamble also require anticipating risks and taking action to reduce or eliminate the risks as much as possible.

Conclusion

Each person has choices to create about gambling center, firstly, about whether or not to gamble and, secondly, how to reduce the risk of a gambling problem if he or she chooses to gamble. All people, at any age, are accountable for the consequences of their decisions. Some people choose not to gamble in any form for a diversity of reasons, some non-gamblers are morally opposed to gambling, some think itís simply foolish, and others may have a family history of gambling problems, chemical dependency or other addictions and just donít want to take the risk. Many people have not inspected their beliefs about gambling. They simply have not thought gravely about the benefits and risks of gambling or discussed it with anyone for a variety of reasons.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






 


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