Before you start gambling, try to set money limits when gambling for money and set the losses you are willing to take.
Before you start gambling, consider and set the length of time you want to spend on any game. Be sure to pay attention to the clock.
Do not let gambling interfere with your daily life.
It is not recommended to gamble if you are recovering from any gambling dependency or you are under any influence of alcohol or other substances.
Do not resort to gambling as an alternative income source or as a means of recovery of a debt.


Try asking yourself these following questions:

• Do you lose time from work or home to gamble?

• Do you gamble for money to escape from an unhappy or boring life?

• When you play, and you run out of cash. Could you feel lost and in despair and feel in immediate need to gamble again?

• Do you play for the money you need to live, eat or make your daily life?

• Have you ever lied to cover any amount of money you lost, or disguise the time you’ve spent on gambling?

• Have you ever been criticized for gambling?

• Have you ever stolen, borrowed or even lied, for money to gamble or pay your gambling debts?

• Are you reluctant to spend the gambling money for any other needed purpose?

• Have you lost interest in your family, and your friends?

• After losing money, do you feel you must return to gambling and recover what you lost?

• Do frustrations, arguments or disappointments increase by your need to gamble?

• Do you feel depressed or even suicidal caused to gaming?

The higher the number of positive answers in the above statements, the higher the chance that you have a serious gambling problem. And it would be best if you considered seeking help and advice.


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