Up to 90% of adults in Australia have gambled at some point in their life.more statistics The promises made, were lies, and the same errors relapsed over and over again.We will be waiting when you can tell yourself there’s so much more to life than just gambling.We will be waiting for you gamblers to take a step back and think about the love ones whom you are destroying, but when will this happen? and will it not re- occur?. We now so well the difficulties in limiting money and/or time spent on gambling, which leads to adverse consequences for the gambler, their family or friends and for the community. The latest research suggests that about one per cent of the population has a gambling problem. These ranges from increasing levels of debt,…show more content… Will Set a budget for how much you will spend in one session and in one week.Limit the time you will spend gambling. Keep a daily diary to record your gambling. Use a notebook to record the amount of time gambling, number of occasions, wins and losses.Debt or other financial problems. Relationship problems – arguments, disagreements or loss of connection with friends and family,Loss of a job or problems at work due to lack of motivation, absences, inability to concentrate on work, Mental and emotional health concerns – increased stress, depression, panic attacks. Negative impacts on family, especially children – may start getting in the way of being a good parent. Loss of control – gambling can be addictive and starts to take over, it can be hard to stop even when you know it is causing you and your family harm. It can be hard to know if your gambling is getting out of control. A common reaction is to minimise, hide or deny gambling problems and the harm it could be causing. Some people will lie to themselves and others about how much money or time is being spent on gambling. If you suspect you may be developing a gambling addiction, or if you recognise risk in someone you love, get help immediately. Spend more money and time than you intend to gambling, Feel guilty and ashamed about your gambling, Try to win back your losses, Miss important things in life such as family time,…show more content… It became a sickening routine” Have you ever felt the feeling of placing your money into the drain? That’s exactly how it felt to pay off loans and credit cards.