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Allen Carr’s Easy way is the most effective stop-smoking method of all time and has also been successfully applied to a wide range of other issues, including drinking, overeating, and overspending. In this book the method addresses the fastest-growing social problem of modern times: gambling. Allen Carr explains how gamblers fall into the trap and why they keep gambling despite knowing that it’s ruining their lives. By explaining the nature of the trap, he removes the desire to gamble and the fears that keep you hooked. Most important of all, you will not feel that you’ve made a sacrifice, you will not miss gambling, and you will be free to regain control of your life and enjoy it to the fullest.
Unrecognized and devastating, gambling addiction affects two million Americans but even more hidden are the loved ones that become innocent victims. Problem gambling can start with a curious click on a website or after a stroke of luck at the casino, and it has no bias. Young mothers, corporate professionals, your neighbor, your spouse; Anyone can find themselves deeply in debt, caught up in lies, and unable to stop.
90-Day of empowering and eye-opening questions to uncover the painful sticking points of a gambling problem. This journal is created by a former gambler to give you the strengthen tools for lasting recovery. Besides the questions, you will find motivating quotes and remarkable pieces of advice throughout the book.
Arnie Wexler's life as a gambler began on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, flipping cards, shooting marbles, and playing pinball machines. At age fourteen he found the racetrack, a bookie, and started playing the stock market. His obsession with gambling accelerated until a fateful day in 1968 when it all came crashing down.
Wexler's gripping narrative leads us through the dungeon of a compulsive gambler's world—chasing the big win and coming up with empty pockets—and how his addiction drove him and his wife, Sheila, to the edge of life. With help, they managed to escape, and together they have devoted themselves to helping others with the problem they know so well.
Arnie Wexler is a Certified Compulsive Gambling Counselor and runs a national hotline for compulsive gamblers. He was the executive director of the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey and the senior vice president of National Council on Problem Gambling. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, including Nightline, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, 48 Hours, and Crossfire, among others.
Steve Jacobson was a sports reporter and columnist for Newsday for more than forty years with a great interest in all aspects of sports. He co-authored a number of books with notable sports personalities. He was named by Associated Press among the top sports columnists and twice was nominated by Newsday for the Pulitzer Prize.