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  1. Why was therapies so good for my recovery and my healing (0 Replies)
  2. Relationship help (3 Replies)
  3. My Addictions and my Obsessions indicated I was emotionally vulnerable and Unhealthy (0 Replies)
  4. How are you surviving through coronavirus? (5 Replies)
  5. For me recovery is a healing process, I needed to open up more to heal. (0 Replies)
  6. Trust (2 Replies)
  7. Enough is enough... (3 Replies)
  8. Offshore on-line pitfall (1 Reply)
  9. Feel sick at the fact I'll never make the money back now (3 Replies)
  10. First time here after numerous attempts at stopping by myself. (10 Replies)
  11. Just for today I choose to understand my emotional triggers and of my vulnerability (0 Replies)
  12. What excuses did I have not going to meetings, how long to learn how unhealthy I was (0 Replies)
  13. Abstaining from unhealthy habits I am able to learn healthy habits (1 Reply)
  14. No matter how bad things were in my life, by me gambling made things much worse. (1 Reply)
  15. What is success mean to me today being in my recovery (1 Reply)
  16. Abstaining isn't enough (7 Replies)
  17. I use to think that I would be the last person on this planet who would stop gambling (0 Replies)
  18. For me procrastination was very hard to understand and hard to change (0 Replies)
  19. A new issue (1 Reply)
  20. 24 hours without a bet (1 Reply)
  21. A person once said that he was glad that he was a compulsive Gambler, instant shock (0 Replies)
  22. My addictions and my obsessions were a way of me escaping facing myself my feelings (1 Reply)
  23. Steps in my recovery were slow yet simple and self rewarding (0 Replies)
  24. Due to my addiction I use to question if I was evil stupid dumb or just no good (1 Reply)
  25. For me recovery is healing, I needed to abstain from unhealthy addictions obsessions (0 Replies)