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Old 12-26-2018, 04:30 PM   #1
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Default Can responsible gambling still be a problem?

I haven't been here too much lately but it has been brought to my attention by my husband, that I may have an obsession with gambling. I guess I disagree since I still am able to pay all the bills and am successful financially. In fact I make more than my husband and feel I can spend my money on how ever I want so long as everything is taken care of financially. I do go to the casino 3-5 times a week and I only bring $200, buy in with initial $100 so I don't lose my entire bankroll in one session. I only like to play craps since it is a social game and offers a lot of action but you do need a reasonable amount of money for it. Anyway, we are starting a family soon and my husband is worried that my obsession with the game is going to impact this. I believe everything is under control but I am trying to see his side too. He wants to go to counselling but I just don't see the need to so I thought I'd reach out here and see what your thoughts are or if you have similar experiences to share.
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