This post reminded me of my “Early Days of Sitting On The Fence” and considering not gambling again EVER! Now 10+years in from gambling addiction, I can see the “red flags” when reading this post.
It is hard to see when is “The Bottom really The Bottom.”
I will not forget my bottom as it almost cost me my life.
That is way more valuable than money is what I have learned in my recovery XO Catherine
Considering being “willing to try and have the willingness”. Thinking about, what it would be like thinking about it. It is the precursor in sobriety to “let’s get real and take shit serious”.
One of my biggest demons is the Casino. If you’re interested in degenerate gambler actions see (Major Todd Adderall and gambling).
The fact is, I never honestly put everything into breaking my gambling addiction. At times I still flirt with the beast. I’m sober so I know addiction: with gambling, It is not what I want for my life. I have no sense of control.
Anyway, AA works, Sobriety is great! I can tell you how I stay sober till I am blue in the face. Gambling, I can not tell you how not to gamble. I do not know that.
My gambling though…. Sometimes, I think of steps 6 and 7.
- Were entirely ready to have…
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