Casinos and other forms of gambling are popping-up in almost all states. Every day you hear about the new Indian tribe that is seeking recognition. After they received their recognition, investors look to back these people and, in turn, the new casino was born. People all over the United States, using his salary for the chance to win big. In turn, all the local businesses are suffering to the point where they are now starting to file bankruptcy. Eventually, someone in political power, finally, to recognize that the amount of money taken in from taxes on gambling is significantly less than the difficulties created by the economy. Most states take into millions of dollars from their casinos, scratch and lottery tickets,
tickets but they do not want to deal with the negative impact on local businesses. Everyone knows there are problems, but nobody wants to face it.
People have no problem in spending hundreds and thousands of dollars in casinos, tickets but quickly get upset when gas rises ten cents per gallon, or their child needs more school supplies. One mother told me she was very upset that the school system does not fully cover the trip, and that it will cost her $ 15.00 for each of her two children. She called the school and complained. This is the same person is not a problem the night before losing $ 1300.00 at the local casino. There is no logic in this situation. In another situation, a person would steal sweet and low, butter and rolls from her local meeting. It has money in his wallet, but it was reserved for gambling. In both cases, family members knew they were gambling problems only after they noticed the quality of life is changing.
Everyone knows now who has the problem of gambling. They do not understand how this happed to your beloved, but they know that something changed. The same situation occurs when you miss your brother, an alcoholic. You can not close down every bar, and you can not restore the ban. You must face it head, and look for alternatives to help your brother.
People are now beginning to act as an epidemic continues. Many people do not even realize they have this addiction until their resources run out. Players tell their friends, I won $ 2000.00 in the casino on Saturday, but they forget to tell them that they lost $ 5000.00 and the week before. Bad information is, in turn, the recipients of this information, the head of a casino in an attempt to win big. If everyone would have won a casino out of business.