Welcome to BeerMoneyForum.com - BIGGEST MAKE MONEY FORUM ONLINE

Join us now to get access to all our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, and so, so much more. It's also quick and totally free, so what are you waiting for?
Blue
Red
Green
Orange
Voilet
Slate
Dark

Must checkout:

❓ASK Is hiding a gambling problem the best approach sometimes?

Daniel084

Ruby Member
LV
0
 
Joined
Dec 1, 2023
Messages
12,161
Reaction score
11
Points
125
Awards
1
Location
Lagos
BMF Points
$5,286
Can't say I blame people for hiding their gambling problem sometimes. Addiction is really tough to deal with and a lot of families may just not understand what someone is going through, their first reaction might be anger or judgement rather than support. And that's the last thing someone needs when they're already in a vulnerable place. It's an illness, not something someone chooses.
As long as the person is aware there is help available if they want it someday and they are making a real effort to cut back or control their gambling, then maybe hiding it for now isn't the end of the world.
The most important thing is them knowing they don't have to go through it alone forever. Even if hiding is easier short term, I hope anyone struggling finds the courage to open up one day.
What's your thought on this?
 
I honestly advise against hiding a gambling problem. Hiding a gambling problem can make it worse, as it prevents individuals from receiving the necessary support and treatment to overcome the addiction.
 
I honestly advise against hiding a gambling problem. Hiding a gambling problem can make it worse, as it prevents individuals from receiving the necessary support and treatment to overcome the addiction.
You are right, hiding any problem rarely makes it better, but it has to be told to the right people that can actually help and not just anyone. Addiction is a serious problem and not something to be ashamed of, but telling everyone risks unnecessary embarrassment or other troubles if they can't or won't give proper support. The most important thing is finding people you can trust to understand your struggles, keep private matters private, and help connect you with real solutions instead of just talking about it.
 
You are right, hiding any problem rarely makes it better, but it has to be told to the right people that can actually help and not just anyone. Addiction is a serious problem and not something to be ashamed of, but telling everyone risks unnecessary embarrassment or other troubles if they can't or won't give proper support. The most important thing is finding people you can trust to understand your struggles, keep private matters private, and help connect you with real solutions instead of just talking about it.
I also feel Seeking help and support from the right people who can offer effective solutions is key to overcoming addiction. It's important to break the stigma surrounding addiction and openly talk about it, while also being mindful of who we confide in. Thank you for sharing your insight!
 
If you are confident of resolving the gambling issue you face on your own , or by seeking help form counselling , then it's always best not to reveal anything about your gambling problems to family or anyone. You should have that will power to solve problems on your own and not involve anyone in the process but all it does is negative picture of you in front of society and family , since gambling is considered sin or not a good activity generally.
 
If you are confident of resolving the gambling issue you face on your own , or by seeking help form counselling , then it's always best not to reveal anything about your gambling problems to family or anyone. You should have that will power to solve problems on your own and not involve anyone in the process but all it does is negative picture of you in front of society and family , since gambling is considered sin or not a good activity generally.
I think it is important to have the willpower to seek out help and work on resolving gambling problems, it can also be incredibly beneficial to share your struggles with trusted individuals who can offer support and guidance.
 
I think it is important to have the willpower to seek out help and work on resolving gambling problems, it can also be incredibly beneficial to share your struggles with trusted individuals who can offer support and guidance.
Probably not with the loved ones or family members because it can significantly break their trust. Sharing the concerns with gambling counselors is the better way to approach this problem , according to me.
 
The best approach is not to hide any gambling problem or addiction. Hiding such problem means sinking into the ditch with your problem and challenges. The best thing to do is to seek professional help and counselling and look for the best possible way to quit such habits. I have seen people addicted turn good people with necessary assistance..
 
Hiding a gambling problem is not the best approach. Seeking help and support from professionals, friends, or family is crucial for managing and overcoming gambling issues. Addressing the problem openly can lead to effective treatment and recovery.
 
Hiding a gambling problem is not the best approach. Seeking help and support from professionals, friends, or family is crucial for managing and overcoming gambling issues. Addressing the problem openly can lead to effective treatment and recovery.
Exactly staying away from disclosure of your problem could not be the best option to solving your gambling addiction problem and challenges. People with addiction problem and challenges should be able to identify that and in return seek some professional help. Looking for other good skills could help them stay away from gambling..
 
Hiding a gambling problem is generally not advisable. Concealing the issue can exacerbate financial, emotional, and relational difficulties. Seeking help through support groups, therapy, or confiding in trusted individuals is a healthier approach. Addressing the problem openly can lead to effective solutions and recovery.
 
Hiding a gambling problem is generally not advisable. Concealing the issue can exacerbate financial, emotional, and relational difficulties. Seeking help through support groups, therapy, or confiding in trusted individuals is a healthier approach. Addressing the problem openly can lead to effective solutions and recovery.
I feel from a clinical standpoint, hiding a gambling problem is usually a symptom of feelings of shame, guilt, or embarrassment. It's essential to understand that problem gambling is a treatable disorder, and seeking professional help is the first step towards recovery.
 
Hiding a gambling problem is generally not advisable. Concealing the issue can exacerbate financial, emotional, and relational difficulties. Seeking help through support groups, therapy, or confiding in trusted individuals is a healthier approach. Addressing the problem openly can lead to effective solutions and recovery.
Also I do not think that hiding any addiction especially gambling addiction is a wise decision to make. Problem shared they say is half solved. So people should be bold enough to share and disclose their current status so that people would know how to assist and render them help. There are professional who are always ready to give them help..
 
Also I do not think that hiding any addiction especially gambling addiction is a wise decision to make. Problem shared they say is half solved. So people should be bold enough to share and disclose their current status so that people would know how to assist and render them help. There are professional who are always ready to give them help..
I feel hiding any addiction, especially gambling addiction, is not a wise decision. Rather, sharing the problem with trusted friends, family members, or professionals can be the first step towards getting help and overcoming addiction. The stigma surrounding addiction often discourages people from seeking help,
 
Help comes when you share your problem and challenges with other people. So people with such gambling addiction should not hide their challenges, it would be very wise to go for counselling where professional could give them the necessary help they need. They should not bother about the stigma that comes with such addiction..
 
Help comes when you share your problem and challenges with other people. So people with such gambling addiction should not hide their challenges, it would be very wise to go for counselling where professional could give them the necessary help they need. They should not bother about the stigma that comes with such addiction..
I think Seeking help and support from professionals and sharing your challenges with other people can greatly improve your chances of overcoming addiction. It takes a lot of courage to admit that you have a problem and to seek help, but it is an important step towards recovery.
 
There are centers that are established by government for people with different kinds of addiction to seek help. Gambling addiction could be a very difficult challenge to overcome. So people that are addicted should be able to seek professional help. Again abstinence is the Best if one can be able to stay away from gambling..
 
Can't say I blame people for hiding their gambling problem sometimes. Addiction is really tough to deal with and a lot of families may just not understand what someone is going through
Because people generally when seeing someone spending their money on gambling if he is a loser they will blame you and if you are a winner they want that you pay their bills like if he drinks a coffee and you pay its price or give them funds, there is no one how could act in good way in these situations.
 
Hiding a gambling problem is never the best approach. Concealing the issue can lead to worsening financial, emotional, and social consequences. Seeking help through counseling, support groups, or talking to trusted individuals is crucial for recovery. Openly addressing the problem promotes healing, accountability, and the development of healthier coping mechanisms.
 
Hiding a gambling problem is never the best approach. Concealing the issue can lead to worsening financial, emotional, and social consequences. Seeking help through counseling, support groups, or talking to trusted individuals is crucial for recovery. Openly addressing the problem promotes healing, accountability, and the development of healthier coping mechanisms.
People think that gambling is like your bank transactions that you must not share with everyone or anyone else while it is not the case. Bank transactions are not all about gambling and predict something not predictable in advance, they could be purchase from retail store or for electronic banks to pay for a service either fiat currency or payment processor or crypto, while gambling are funds spent on this concern to gamble on events to may possible win something, so you need to differ between this and this.
 

📢 Recommended Partners

❇️ A-Pay.one - Start Processing Payments in just 1 Day | Reach Markets of Asia, Africa  | A-Pay.one
5.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Updated
💲Linkpay.io - virtual Credit Card with 3% Cashback | Deposit Crypto & Pay Anywhere| LinkPay.io
LinkPay virtual cards: for Google Ads payments, for Facebook Ads payments, and so on.
5.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Updated
Paykassma - Accept Payments Online  | Payment Processing since 2019 Payka$$ma
Leading solution for accepting high-risk payments since 2019
5.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Updated
MGID - Native Performance & Programmatic Advertising Platform MGID Team
4.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Updated
Back
Top Bottom

Earnings Disclaimer:  All the posts published herein are merely based on individual views, and they do not expressly or by implications represent those of BeerMoneyForum.com or its owner. It is hereby made clear that BeerMoneyForum.com does not endorse, support, adopt or vouch any views, programs and/or business opportunities posted herein. BeerMoneyForum.com also does not give and/or offer any investment advice to any members and/or it's readers. All members and readers are advised to independently consult their own consultants, lawyers and/or families before making any investment and/or business decisions. This forum is merely a place for general discussions. It is hereby agreed by all members and/or readers that BeerMoneyForum.com is in no way responsible and/or liable for any damages and/or losses suffered by anyone of you.