Gambling and Debt
We seem to live in an age where the availability to gamble is all around us including at the fingertips online in the luxury of our own homes.
If allowed to get out of control, gambling, can (and does) leave people and families short of money.
It can become easy to lose control of the situation when gambling but very hard to admit or even realize that there is a problem.
Perhaps the odds can sometimes appear to be inviting, or is this just an illusion that can end up being very expensive and result in heartbreak.
We have all seen those adverts on TV and elsewhere, but how much do these advertisements cost? Just take time out to think for a minute and then ask yourself this…who really ends up paying the price in the long run?
Gambling small can lead to larger and higher stakes in the hope of getting back the money already lost or in search of that elusive big win or jackpot that will solve your problems or perhaps change your life.
Excessive gambling can lead to serious debt and financial problems that can in turn severely impact on individuals and families.
In simple terms gambling can become a dangerous addiction that can eventually result in financial disaster and has the potential to ruin lives.