Gambling: Results and Consequences in the Life of a Professional Person
Gambling is a hidden disease. It's a cancer that Dr. Brewer estimates affects up to three million American lives and robs families of billions of dollars. He rates it as one of the three greatest problems facing the US today. Speaking as a psychologist, an educator and a counselor, Dr Brewer advises on what makes a gambling addict and whatsteps a gambler must take to break the chains of addiction. His message is told with humor and humanity, but it is direct: stay away from casinos and save your life. Play long enough and you will eventually lose. And his eleventh commandment? Read on and find out...
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