Welcome Life Free From Fear Of Problem Gambling
Problem gambling can, and often leads to financial peril. Personal relationships, work and friendships can suffer. Problem gamblers usually get bored easily because they are ‘adrenaline junkies’, they constantly seek adventure and action. They do not gamble to win. They gamble for the ‘thrill’ experience.
The synonyms for the word thrill include; excitement, thrilling experience, stimulation, sensation, glow, tingle, titillation, fun, enjoyment, amusement, delight, joy, pleasure, treat, adventure, buzz, kick, excite, stimulate, arouse, rouse, inspire, give joy to, delight, give pleasure to, stir (up), exhilarate, intoxicate, electrify, galvanize, move, motivate.
Common symptoms of problem gambling include:
- Constantly thinking about gambling
- Chasing losses by trying to win back losses
- Needing to bet more to get the ‘buzz’ level of excitement
- Trying to hide the problem with lies to family and friends
- Asking, or begging for money from other people
- Resorting to theft, fraud and other illegal acts to get gambling money
- Using gambling as a way to escape from lifes challenges
- Feeling irritable and restless when attempting to cut-down or quit
- Inability to quit gambling with al least three serious attempts
Problem gambling used to be thought of as something to do with horse racing. Today there are many opportunities for people to indulge online at home, at entertainment venues, casino’s, and many other places besides the track. They don’t have to go to the track anyway, because there are convenient dedicated TV channels showing live racing from across the country, plus other sports, all with gambling opportunities.
As a result, the compulsive behaviour is more difficult to bring under control for most sufferers.
The Welcome Life Free From Fear Of Problem Gambling MP3 should be used in conjunction with Welcome No Stress and Anxiety and Welcome Life Beyond Depression because undiagnosed sufferers are attracted to exciting distractions such as gambling.
The synonyms of the word fear include; anger, anxiety, concern, despair, dismay, doubt, dread, horror, jitters, panic, scare, suspicion, terror, unease, worry, abhorrence, agitation, aversion, consternation, creeps, distress, foreboding, fright, misgiving, nightmare, phobic, qualm, revulsion, timidity, tremor, trepidation, cold feet and cold sweats.
Some old out-dated treatments of fears and phobias were called ‘desensitisation’. It involved exposing the sufferer to the object of their fear over and over again. This most often caused abreactions. Abreactions are strong, often disturbing emotional and even physical reaction to something re-experienced from the past, as if real. An abreaction could re-traumatize rather than achieve the desired healing, particularly if there is no experienced therapist present to ‘rescue’ the patient (when listening to an MP3 at home for example). Some psychologists are experimenting with technology, such as VR goggles, to use ‘cyber desensitisation’ which persists in causing abreactions. Our Welcome subliminal messages are abreaction free, you can rest assured you are safe..
If you had a bucket of mud (representing problem gambling, but you wanted a bucket of clean fresh water (representing positive emotions and freedom from problem gambling), you could put the bucket of mud under a tap and run fresh clean water (representing subliminal affirmations) into the bucket. But it would take a long time, and you would still have a bucket of muddy water. That is an analogy of how most subliminal affirmation downloads currently available on the Internet work, or perhaps do not work. Peter Zapfella uses his one-on-one therapies to ‘throw out’ or delete the mud (representing problem gambling) and then you can choose to use the ‘Welcome’ Subliminal Affirmations to quickly and efficiently refill the bucket with fresh clean water (representing positive emotions and behaviors). No mud! No problem gambling.
Everyone of us is unique. We have all had different life experiences and we react to them differently too. Most emotional and behavioural challenges can respond well to one-on-one psychotherapy tailored to the individual, using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), hypnotherapy and perhaps cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). That is why Peter Zapfella suggests you start with one-on-one therapy using Skype and then use the Welcome Life Free From Fear Of Problem Gambling subliminal affirmations to ‘lock-in’ the unconscious shifts long-term. Of course you can ‘flip-it’ and try the ‘Welcome’ MP3’s first, and see if they are effective for you without therapy. If so, that’s great. If not go to skypetherapy.pro‘Click here’ to go to the quit problem gambling page.
If you listen to the Welcome Life Free From Fear Of Problem Gambling MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ your unconscious mind will hear this message around 500 times every night. The more the Welcome Life Free From Fear Of Problem Gambling subliminal messages are repeated, the more they are uncritically accepted by your unconscious, which is responsible for emotions, beliefs and behaviours – including problem gambling.
Because we all have different listening preferences, ‘Welcome Life Free From Fear Of Problem Gambling’ has a choice of foreground variants for you to choose from.
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‘WELCOME’ SUBLIMINAL AFFIRMATIONS
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Subliminal Affirmation Text:
“You release past sadness now. You release all the past thoughts and feelings that caused the gambling problem in the past.
You are free of slavery to gambling forever. You are stronger and stronger everyday in every way.
You are calm and peaceful now. You are in control of your life now. You are proud of your achievements.
You are happier now, because you understand the unhappiness gambling represented in the past.
Now you do everything in moderation because it is good.
You are now more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body, you are more confident and coping better with everything and everybody, because you know you are free of gambling problems forever and ever.”
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