Could be the one but... Just Chat

  • View author's info Author posted on Jun 13, 2007 23:30

    Lately I have been taking some chances that before I never would have. On Sunday I finally got the nerve to call this guy that I have been chatting with. He came over meet my sister, its a rule someone in the family have to meet the guy in my life, and than we were off.

    The date started out alright we went out to eat and sat and talked for over an hour. Than the date went south, he wanted to hit a casino and told me that I was responsible for pulling him away from the table. To make a long story short he lost two grand in three hours. The next day he went back without me and lost two grand more. He than called me and blamed it all on me saying that I should have pulled him from the table.

    I find that other than the gambling and the blaming on me he is a great guy. We click and understand each other. The time we spent on the phone and finally just talking face to face was wonderful. I thought he was everything I was looking for. I know that I should just stop talking to him and move on but I keep thinking that I am leaving something good behind. How do I break it off without hurting myself? I dont think he will really care one way or another as long as he has a dollar to gamble with.
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  • View author's info posted on Jun 29, 2007 19:55

    I would 100% stay away from someone with a gambling addiction no matter their other attributes, especially one that has no clue they have an addiction. I have seen people lose everything they own due to a spouse with a gambling problem. House, cars, savings, retirement, etc. It is an addiction and one that is hard to kick. It is as nasty as alcohol and drug addictions. It is not your responsibility to keep him from the table. If he does not have self control, he is probably in need of help that you would not be able to provide him. It's one thing to chat with a person, it's another to become involved to the extent you put yourself at risk.
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