• Spending more time or money on gambling than affordable or planned.

  • Borrowing money to gamble.

  • Gambling with money meant for essentials, such as food or rent.

  • Chasing losses to try and get money back.

  • Neglecting important responsibilities such as work, school or family to gamble.

  • Lying about the extent of gambling.

  • Increasing debts due to gambling.

You could end up with a much bigger problem on your hands, and it may be a sign that you’re
pushing your luck...

  • if it takes more bucks to get the same bang out of gambling
  • if your bank account and your priorities become harder to balance
  • if you gamble to escape from problems or stress
  • if you gamble to relieve feelings of helplessness, guilt, anxiety or depression