Cause and Effect Gambling Addiction Essay

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Cause and Effect in Gambling Addiction
Gambling becomes type of addiction for most people who are involved in game. People may look that gambling can be a pleasure in seeking behavior; but sometimes, it can be really difficult to stop this kind of activity or even avoid a certain type of emotional pain once they started it. Gambling is the main reason of divorce right now and a separation of a family members’. Some researchers think that addictive gambling can be referred as a type of mental disorder and the number of people who have a gambling addiction problems are increasing every year. People who are having a lot of problems in their life are the one who are being addicted in gambling because they think that by playing poker or by
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They are ending up with a bankruptcy which can lead them in attempting suicide or committing suicide. Gambling addiction is just bringing a lot of problems or making peoples problem worst. Most of them end up attempting to suicide because they lost everything family, friends, house, and money so they do not have anyone that can help them with their problems.
Based on my personal observation I have heard a lot of people’s story about gambling. I also heard a story that I cannot forget which can give a lesson to the people who are compulsive gambling, it is about a woman who is a compulsive gambling who lost everything by gambling. She used to be wealthy woman with a good family and good business but when she starts playing she started losing her business because she lost all her money in gambling. She also starts having a problem about her relationship with her husband and her kids because instead of spending her free time with her family she spends it in gambling house playing poker. She does not even take care of them like preparing food for them or cooking food of them like she used to be, she was just all of a sudden changed into a worthless mom and wife. She was always being moody and cranky because she was having a financial problem. After using all her money playing poker she lost her business, lost her house, and also lost her family, and she end up with bankruptcy. With those problems, she started to become mentally ill and physically