Have you been affected by someone else's gambling?
You are not alone.
Gam-Anon for me was a life saver, no magic wands but they were there to give unconditional support and guidance to help me to find my way forward...
Compulsive gambling is recognised as an emotional illness. As wives, husbands, partners, siblings, children or friends of compulsive gamblers we know that living with this illness can prove a devastating experience. Family relationships can become unbearably strained and the home filled with bitterness, frustration and resentment. There seems to be no way to solve our insurmountable difficulties; so much so that we are unable to think rationally at times.
If you are affected by someone else’s gambling then Gam-Anon can help. Our meetings are for anyone who has been affected by a loved one’s gambling problem. We have been where you are now. By sharing in our rooms you will find that you are not alone!
Gam-Anon and G.A. meetings are usually held on the same nights but in separate rooms. What is said in each room is kept confidential so that members in both rooms don’t need to worry about sharing their problems or concerns.
Contacting Gam-Anon UK & Ireland:
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Other web-sites which may be useful:
Gam-Anon Groups in Scotland: https://www.gamanonscotland.org/
Gam-Anon International Service Office: https://www.gam-anon.org/
G.A. Meetings (for the gambler): https://www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk/
International Zoom Meetings and Audio Archive of Therapies: https://gamblersinrecovery.com/
Gam-Anon UK & Ireland
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