‘Gambling responsibly; is an oxymoron.
It seems like there is something crack like about gambling at a casino.
Does anyone go just for fun, say ten minutes before a night at the movies?
I may sound angry or like an activist, but I am more concerned about awareness.
It is best to go mainstream to describe the problem at casinos for the world.
Let me walk you through the problem found by people in the USA.
If you are interested in my source of information check out the information below.
John Rosengren published by The Atlantic.
Let me just say that I base my opinion on information I read. It doesn’t mean that I think they believe in my opinion. And, neither should you.
I am a big believer in awareness.
At the moment, the world has gone through too much trouble.
There has been a couple of pandemics, wars, and gaud knows what else plaguing an already messy business called being a human being.
I see people get caught in a variety of bad habits.
But it surprizes me, I find new ones all the time.
I was just looking up how I feel like going to the casino, when I found the article through a reddit website that mentioned the above article based on my search: “I feel like going to the casino.”
He describes a well educated and upper middle class fellow that falls through the cracks with his gambling problem.
Then he gets into casinos.
It looks like slot machines are highly addictive.
The stats sound outrageous, approximately 1.5 percent of US citizens have a gambling disorder.
I realize I get mood swings, and that it is not strange to admit I have trouble with stress and sleep from time to time.
So, if I was to act on my impulses, “I feel like going to the casino.”
You probably see where I am going with this idea.
Awareness is key.
Think about reading the article above or just google what I did and learn more about this gambling stuff.