I'm in the process of helping my husband control his gambling. I have taken over the finances, confiscated his debit/credit cards, and even give him a weekly allowance so he can buy lunch, etc.. Here's what I have noticed about him though. He use to drink whiskey when he would gamble and then all his common sense would go out the window and he would blow $100's at the casino. For about 3 months now, he has switched over to drinking beer and makes much better decisions. I would like to know how many of you find yourselves in the same situation when it comes to drinking and gambling.
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