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Stick to your goals and in a year or two this will be nothing more than a bad memory. My head feels in a safe place and I think I can get on with my life. I called the one bank which put a stop to the money coming out and unblocked the account. Over the last 10 years I have lost many times that amount - so let me reiterate how critical it is you get help now. Somehow, after 4 days of pain I feel normal again, I'm back at the gym and I can actually talk to people at work again. You'll never win it back. Real goals - e. Hoping to see you more often. Now I just feel like lifes biggest loser. I was so happy for the past 2 weeks, thinking each day that I have gotten over my losses and have stopped gambling. And on that note Hey guys, Thank you all so much for your replies. I am slowly having to come to terms with what I have lost - I will never win back not just the money, but the time I have spent, the missed opportunities. But you already know that. It's gone, let it go before you lose everything else. I didnt even stop to think, I was mindless and wanted to win it all back. There is no cure, only stopping. I was lucky i finished just above evens, but the rollercaoster made me more ill. How do I stop myself gambling away the money once it comes out the ISA? It belongs to the casino. I have had the worst start to a year yet. PS: Let me just remind you to take a look at our privacy policy and terms and conditions so you know how it all works! What you will do instead, if you try, is lose more. How do I forget the losses? That money is gone. No one wins at gambling except the house - cliche but its true. Use everything available to help you on this journey of recovery and discovery.. You need to be honest with yourself, admit you have a problem and make sure you are serious about getting help. I wish so much I could have stopped 3 years ago when I realised I had a problem. Let me just back up what P wrote. I have wrecked my life, my business, my marriage, my health, my sanity. Does anyone have any tips for how to forget about the money, I am convinced to work hard at work and hopefully follow my plans of moving to London. Don't think about it or it will consume you. Don't do that to yourself. I know what I'm faced with, I need to stop, I still have enough money to enjoy life. Again I had to face work and I spent the whole day panicking that my accounts are overdrawn. You will heal{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It will eat up your enture humanity. My last 2 relapses were BJ. This is a progressive illness. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}After the worst 4 days of my life I think I am ready to tell my story and hopefully get some help to overcome this. Keep strong. It's evil. Time is on your side you are young. I searched my bank accounts and transferred all savings making interest into my gambling accounts. As others have said, you need to accept the money is gone and you will never get it back. So, share as much or as little as you like but do try to stick to keeping just one thread in this forum so people know where to find you if they want to be updated on your progress or share something with you. I am filled with a deep regret and personal loathing and I am on medication now for clinical depression. They were going to get away from the city to some village a couple of hundred kilometers away and they were discussing how to get there. I transferred this money across the other account making sure all balances were positive. I start small, 50 buy in, and 3 hours later I am playing for a hand. It was the worst day of my life, I sat on my bedroom floor, speechless and empty, not knowing what to do. I want to use this lesson to turn my life into what I want it to be. Finally the decided to go by bus rather than train. Whatever the amounts, compulsive gamblers will eventually lose whatever they win because they put it back in, then by losing it they chase it again, a vicious cycle but one that can be stopped with a real desire to want to leave it in the past. Set yourself a goal, say for the next 12 months. Here on the forum you can share your experiences in a safe, supportive and accepting environment. Good luck my friend. I cant bare the reality that it is going to take me years before I have that money and I will not be able to do the things I wanted to. You have to understand this is a progressive illness and if not treated, you will go on to lose more over time. As CGs we can never keep our winnings - and when we lose we chase badly. This is when it got really bad. I am into my day 11 now after gambling almost nonstop for 3 years. I didnt want anyone to know, I wanted the world to swallow me. My problem is that I cannot forget that money I lost , I wanted to buy a house and go on holiday. Next to me sat 2 young girls and they were discussing their plans for the weekend. Last night, I dont even know why, I opened up the blackjack table again. I am in a low place at the moment, I would hate to see someone else end up there. I was so happy for the past 2 weeks, I hadn't gambled and had a plan to move to London in May so was saving up money. Keep posting, go on the help line, get netnanny or gamblock, give your cards and finance to someone you trust, confide in them. You'll go crazy if you start thinking what you could have afforded with the money you lost. They will always win. The losses will magnify over time and you will become desensitized to larger amounts - in order to win back larger losses you will gamble more and so the cycle continues until it totally destroys you and leaves you with nothing. My thoughts and feelings to you, I hope you can do it now and move on stronger and wiser. Let the money go, it doesn't belong to you now. Before I knew it it was all gone. Forgive yourself and admit you made a foolish choice, but then move on. How do I be happy and sociable again? I sit here today, finally managing to get my head together. My life feels completely messed up and I dont want to tell anyone out of shame and embarrassment. You can ban from casinos, put blockers online, attend gamblers anonymous, post, read, journal here, talk one on one, join the groups. Hi Smee Let me just back up what P wrote. Let it go. Get someone to help with control of your money, lower limits, carry little cash, go to counselling. Yes the money is gone, it's devastating and crippling.. One of the methods I use to help me get past my own losses is to visualize it as an investment that has gone bad. I get a huge rush of blood to the head when I play. Hoping to see you more often P. Like an idiot I still wanted to keep playing, I didn't know what I know now. You can stop now and begin a life of recovery but you've gotta want it like nothing on earth and be willing to put as much effort into recovery as you would into gambling..