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Feb 4, 2021

5 Reasons to Attend a Residential Treatment Center in 2021

At first glance, it may appear that attending a residential treatment center is too unrealistic, or too much of a commitment, so instead you opt for a different type of therapy such as Gamblers Anonymous or outpatient counselling. Although attending a support group like Gamblers Anonymous can be beneficial, recovery success rates through only GA are very low at about 5%. Residential treatment centers offer a unique experience where individuals can dive deep into the recovery process, and the success rates are much higher, around 67%. 

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Jan 12, 2021

Strategies to Maintain Your New Year's Resolution to Quit Gambling

At the start of every year, millions of people create resolutions in order to make a change to their lifestyle. Unfortunately, most of these people don’t end up sticking to their resolutions past February. When it comes to a gambling disorder, the resolution to stop gambling altogether may feel overwhelming and unattainable at times. Perhaps you’ve already tried and not succeeded, but what you need are some strategies that will actually help you maintain your goal to quit or cut back on gambling in 2021.

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Dec 10, 2019

Tips For Avoiding Sports Betting Ahead of Super Bowl 2020

Super Bowl 2020 is looming on the horizon, and with it the ever present temptation to place a bet. As most people in sports betting know, the Super Bowl can be a challenging time for somebody in recovery from gambling.

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Jan 14, 2019

How to Achieve Your Gambling New Year Resolutions

The New Year is a great time for a fresh start, allowing you to old habits behind and commit to a healthier, more balanced future. However, using sheer will power to succeed might not be enough. To keep yourself on the right track, you need the right tools and support. With a good support system in place, relapses become easier to avoid or recover from. All of the following can help:

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