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Helpful Stop Gambling Links & Information For The Compulsive Gambler, Family & Friends Of A Gambler


Over the past few years stop gambling websites have helped thousands of people whose lives were negatively affected by a compulsive gambling addiction.

These stop gambling websites are available to help you in your quest to address compulsive gambling addiction. The problem you now face is deciding on which website will meet your needs. I have found sites that are free like gamblers anonymous up to sites that can cost you thousands of dollars.

It's important to review through each of these sites in order to educate themselves on gambling addiction and to decide which one is right for them.

There are websites for teenagers to seniors available to meet your needs. I found if you take what works for you from each of the sites, this may be the right formula for success.

Every person is a unique individual and what works for one may not work for another. Each stop gambling website has its own unique set of characteristic. For example Gamblers Anonymous recovery program uses a twelve step program while Help Stop Compulsive Gambling Addiction Now website does not.

The Help Stop Compulsive Gambling Addiction Now website uses more of a common sense approach through a self help manual and a private anonymous chat room.

The one thing they both have in common they are here to help those that have been negatively affected by gambling.

Gamblers Anonymous has been around since January of 1957 while Help Stop Compulsive Addiction Now was established May of 2004. They both have success stories with two very different concepts.

Help Stop Compulsive Addiction Now was established to help the compulsive gambler, friends of a gambler and relatives of a gambler to understand compulsive gambling addiction. They also have helpful stop gambling resources including self help manual and private anonymous chat room. The chat room is available twenty four hours a day seven days a week.

Gamblers Anonymous holds weekly meetings and follows a twelve step program. They help compulsive gamblers and their family members.

Gamblers Anonymous also has telephone support that helps people discuss their gambling addiction in the form of sponsors.

Once a compulsive gambler is ready to admit that they have a problem they are on the road to recovery. Next they need a program that gives them additional support. The support can be weekly meetings, internet chat rooms, one on one session with either a psychiatrist or psychologist, self help manuals and or family and friends. The choice is yours to make. It's up to you to decide which program is right for you. You may wind up checking out four different approaches to stop gambling. The bottom line is you need to have control back in your life. Once this is achieved you will have a brighter future with a lot to look forward to.

You can find links to Gamblers Anonymous, Help Stop Compulsive Gambling Aaddiction Now and other stop gambling websites at Stop Gambling Links.

Mr. Howard Keith has an extensive background in dealing with compulsive gamblers, relatives and friends of gamblers and teenage gamblers.Mr. Keith believes there are many alternatives to aid in the recovery of a gambling addiction verses a twelve step program. A large percentage of his emails were from compulsive gamblers looking for an alternative to Gamblers Anonymous and twelve step programs. Gamblers Anonymous continues to help a significant number of people each year but there is still a large percentage that they are unable to reach.

For more information on gambling addiction and stop gambling you can check out

Help Stop Compulsive Gambling Addiction Now http://www.istoppedgambling.com/ and the site

Stop Gambling Links http://www.stopgamblinglinks.com/


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