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  1. New to the idea of talking about this. (1 Reply)
  2. Time for a change (0 Replies)
  3. Hello... Again (0 Replies)
  4. New do you deal with the void it leaves. (2 Replies)
  5. How could I possible think that I loved gambling (0 Replies)
  6. My addictions and my obsessions were a way of me escaping facing myself my feelings (0 Replies)
  7. The most costly bet for me to have lost was the loving trust of people that loved me. (0 Replies)
  8. Can't Stop (7 Replies)
  9. Before the start of my recovery I was inept inadequate insecure immature. (0 Replies)
  10. Abstaining from unhealthy habits means I am able to heal from my pains (0 Replies)
  11. First post 100k loan debt in 8 months! (3 Replies)
  12. Recovery for me was a healing of my pains process (0 Replies)
  13. New member (0 Replies)
  14. By going back to my addictions and obsessions was a form of escape for me (0 Replies)
  15. Can't resist the adrenaline rush (4 Replies)
  16. Every time I went back to my addictions or my obsessions was an emotional trigger. (0 Replies)
  17. Just for today (0 Replies)
  18. I found in my recovery that once I took it seriously my steel was really tested. (0 Replies)
  19. One day at a time. (3 Replies)
  20. I am not the same person who walked in to the recovery program on day one. (0 Replies)
  21. Just for today I choose not to gamble and not make things worse (0 Replies)
  22. I learned to understand what my emotional Triggers were and how to deal with them (0 Replies)
  23. Understanding my own serenity and its meaning to me today (0 Replies)
  24. Did my addiction and obsessions control my thinking, and my behaviour. (0 Replies)
  25. Suicidal thoughts (6 Replies)