Gambling is a pass time that for many people is fun, harmless and doesn't cause any problems at all. For many though gambling can become a habit that leads to significant problems in their wellbeing, relationships, employment and more. Problematic gambling behaviours can lead to significant negative consequences in the short and long term.
Many people feel embarrassed that the gambling has become problematic, some people report that they didn't realise until it was too late or that they believed they can solve the issue quickly.
The worksheets included are also included individually below, in case you would like to print extra copies:
Access, Time and Money worksheet
What Will I Gain worksheet
Building a Support Network worksheet
BigDeal is a great service offering all kinds of helpful information about gambling, you can also access support from them too free of charge.
Gamblers Anonymous provide support groups for anyone wanting to stop gambling. Visit their page to find a group near you.
NHS information page provides information about problem gambling.