Gambling

Gambling addiction is defined as an urge to gamble continuously despite negative consequences or a desire to stop. Gambling addiction is often defined by whether harm is experienced by the gambler or others, rather than by the gambler's behavior. Severe gambling addictions may be diagnosed as clinical pathological gambling if the gambler meets certain criteria. Pathological gambling is a common disorder that is associated with both social and family costs. Gambling is one of the most insidious of human vices, as it presents the illusion of easy money yet can quickly lead to financial ruin. The odds are never in your favor whether it is poker, blackjack, or anything else; gambling is a successful industry because the house always wins.

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  1. Gambling. It's Not About Money
    Gambling. It's Not About Money
    Special Price $149.00 Regular Price $199.00
    This DVD provides crucial information for all in the recovering community. Firsthand testimonials from a diverse group of recovering compulsive gamblers help viewers identify the symptoms of gambling addiction and offers help for long-term recovery from this debilitating disorder. Learn More
  2. Living Sober Series Volumes I,II, and III
    Living Sober Series Volumes I,II, and III
    $674.00
    Special Pricing on the complete 3 volume solution-based program authored by Dr. Dennis Daley. Learn More
  3. Roots of Addiction, 2011 Update
    Roots of Addiction, 2011 Update
    Special Price $199.00 Regular Price $249.00
    An update to the popular dvd that examines the reason people become addicted to substances and behaviors. Learn More
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