He has been a gambler for all his life and he does not see it as a problem. It is difficult to talk about the problem to him. His money and that is it. He avoids reality by making gambling his priority. How would you approach such an individual to ask him to stop his addiction?
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Thank you '' if only,'' that could be as simple as mentioned or as it sounds.
By that logic we should eliminate anything that has the potential to be addictive, which means almost everything (sugary foods, prescription meds, sex, the gym etc.)
The problem isn't in the substance/activity, it's in the mind of the addict.
Thank you and once addicted the individual is not easily returned themselves.
Thank you sounds helpful.