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Here you can find some tips, that can help you with your gambling addiction. These 4 simple rules or challenges, as we call them, is very powerful instrument. Maybe you can make it on your own?
Remember urges do not usually last longer than one hour. DELAY + DISTRACT = STAYING STOPPED. Once you have decided to delay the decision to gamble, shift your attention to what you might like to do. It might be something you used to do before gambling became a problem or something you've always wanted to try.
The urge to gamble
As with quitting smoking, people who stop gambling experience urges to gamble. Urges are an inevitable part of stopping gambling and a natural part of the process of regaining control. Every time you overcome an urge, you are gaining more and more control. While you can restrict your exposure to gambling triggers, you will not be able to avoid them completely, which is why it is important to learn ways of managing the urges.
Delaying the decision
Delaying the decision to gamble allows time for the urge to pass and for you to feel more in control of the decision. This is different to urge surfing as the focus is on the person using distraction from the urge to gamble rather than letting it pass without distraction. Distraction takes the focus temporarily away from the urge and can give you time to rethink your decision to gamble.
100 Day Challenge
The 100 Day Challenge is a free online tool for anyone who wants to change their relationship with gambling. It’s a flexible program that offers you 100 alternative activities to help resist the urge to gamble and focus your energy on other aspects of life. The 100 Day Challenge is a flexible program designed with the help of professionals to give you the support you need. And it’s all done anonymously.