Antonin

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Antonin last won the day on September 19 2019

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    Wipeout!

  2. Antonin

    Diary of a fool

    It seems like you've finally reached the point where enough is enough. I'm glad to hear that you're doing well. Keep it that way. It can only get better. I'm confident that you will suceed
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    Wipeout!

    I'll have a straight answer on that one "YES, IT HELPS", Let me explain few things to support my answer here : I'd tried to quit gambling before I joined the forum but I always relapsed. I knew I'd a problem but I couldn't help myself alone. So back to March 2018, I liked paul's streams so I wanted to see what it was all about on its new forum. Needless to say it has been a blessing since. I created few threads to seek help because I was in terrible place litteraly. Almost begging for few euros to my family because my bank account was in the negative. Many members here gave me some good advices to give up gambling wich I'm very grateful now. It has worked for me. At the end of the day, we are all the same : "Gamblers"!! We understand each other. Nobody in my family or friends gamble They know absolutely nothing about gambling. They don't even know how to place a bet on. They always thought I could stop overnight ... a joke if I'm honest!! They couldn't help me in any way. So yes, the forum does help. It has been proven by many of us including me. Peace!
  4. Good start. If you are willing to put your life back on track, you can do it. Never give up. It's possible. It's not going to be easy but there is a light at the end. Hell does have an exit, and you can find it. I left the door open and I'll be waiting for whoever wants to come and grow with me.
  5. By no mean, I don't want to play the devil's advocate but that's unfortunately how far the addiction of gambling can go Some gamblers like him can turn to crime to feed their addiction The losses create big pressure to commit income-generating crimes I genuinely don't think that he would have done something like that without his addiction While I'm shocked by crimes in every possible way I can also understand that situation considering the fact that Nathan has a terrible disease However, this does not justify any of his crimes He need to seek help as soon as possible It's really a shame because he completly ruined his career he could have had as solicitor To finish, he now has to pay for his mistakes and take full responsibility for his own actions
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    WANTED --- CONTRIBUTIONS FOR A TGC LAPTOP

    Miller Thinking = TOTAL MEMBERS : 7,972 CON ARTIST (50%) : 3,986 . . . . . . . US
  7. The hardest time for me, it's when I thought I was cured (around 5,6 months) Basically, you need to keep vigilant the first few months and never ever get complacent After 10 months, I don't have anymore urge to gamble. I really feel like a non-gambler even though I will always be a compulsive gambler Life does get better when you don't gamble and that's the truth Now, I'd rather to watch someone gamble. I don't want to gamble anymore. I look upon compulsive gamblers not with envy but with genuine pity I can not handle the stress of gambling anymore I didn't realize the risks I was taking But it is what it is, I can see clearly now!
  8. Thanks everyone for the nice messages. As always, I really apreciate it. Words cannot express how grateful I am You were there for me when I needed it the most It will never be forgotten in my mind TGC for life
  9. Antonin

    Bilkos Birthday

    Happy Birthday mate
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    All in one : My story from the start!!

    I haven't gambled for 134 days The Gambling days are definitely over!! I'm going on my way!! As I've said recently, I can say with confidence : That's me done, I'll never gamble again. I've learned! I realized that I no longer need to be a slave to gambling. I enjoy the life more. I'm able to deal better with everything. I won't go through some terrible trauma anymore in order to escape. I'm a happy non-gambler. When I look back at my gambling days, I can rejoice my newfound freedom. It's worth it if you want to be free!
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    New here - Advice please.

    Hi and Welcome to the site, I don't know why someone will suggest you to keep going gambling considering the fact that you are already in debt As Hackz said, nothing is going to happen if you don't want it to stop You find yourself in a hole so stop digging, PLEASE! You've had many big win along the way, and yet, you kept going because you can't stop yourself playing So the anwer is easy, treat you gambling addiction first Take time to look at your situation and then do something about it So for your sake and the sake of your loved ones, STOP gambling I wish you all the best whatever you decide
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    Diary of a fool

    Miller, I'm proud of you. That's an amazing start. Keep it up. You won't regret it. Have a wonderful day.