Internet Gambling, can for some pose a real danger to someone that has a problem. In the UK and the US, problem gambling has become an epicdemic and the only way for it to get better is for gamblers to step forward and seek help.

This site provides information and news for female gamblers.

Our site is for females looking for some fun playing, but also a place to find help with problem gambling
Some advice that is often given is that gamblers should not gamble more than they can afford. Problem gamblers however cannot afford to wager a single dollar as it can lead to a slide of financial turmoil and complete devastation. Knowing that you are a problem gambler might take some self realisation, but it doesn't mean that you have to hit the bottom before trying to get better. Find help with your gambling problem before you start to lose parts of your life that you worked so hard to achieve.
Gambling can be fun if done in moderation. The difference that has come to light between online casinos and land based casinos like those found in Las Vegas and Macau is that online casinos are rather solitary. Because online gambling takes place at the home, a very strong level of self discipline is required to maintain a gambling hobby that is within healthy limits. When you are at an online casino, it is important to set limits and not go beyond them. Try not to play for more than 2 hours at a time and never play when you are too tired. If you find that your online gambling hobby is taken over other aspects of your life such as personal relationships, your ability to pay bills or anything elese that can be connected to your gambling, then it is time to set gambling aside and possibly seek help if becomes too much for you to handle.

Gambling Addiction
If gambling has taken control of your life, there are places to seek help. Here are some online resources where you can find real solutions if you feel that gambling is a problem for you.

Australia - Australian Gaming Council 

New Zealand - Gambling Problem Helpline 

UK - Gamblers Anonymous

USA - National Council on Problem Gambling

If you are feeling desperate or hopeless about your problem and are thinking of suicide either call emergency services or talk to someone at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK.

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