Is betting a legitimate viable option for those who wish to seek a social outlet? I have worked with many betting clients and for those women who are over the age Black satta king of 50, I have a warning for you, be extremely careful. Even though 1-4% of the population are thought compulsive players (addicts), the toll of being dependent on betting is frightening.
Women gamble on an emotional level, if they are feeling excited, depressed, stressed out or lonesome. Beware. It is also not an effective way to build a retirement savings. The house always wins.
The effects of betting can be devastating for girls, especially those who are living on their own. I have personally worked with women players who have lost everything inside of months, just from playing bingo! So if you think that bingo is a safe and relatively benign way of passing the time, or meeting new people, then reconsider that thought. It is not a satisfactory way to deal with isolation or even meet people. Betting venues and lottery tickets can be found twenty-four hours a day and a week a week. It doesn't take long to blow through your monthly budget.
Did you know that the human brain chemicals change when you are betting? The same brain chemicals are triggered just just like you used drugs or alcohol. Available on the market gets and keeps people addicted to betting.
There are also all kinds of psychological games that we play with ourselves as well as others that keep us 'in the game'. These are called cognitive distortions, magical thinking and reframing. When we lose a game of bingo for example, the gambler starts to reframe the loss as nearly winning, like they stand a better chance of winning the next occasion, which is false. There is no such thing as a 'near win'; it is called a 'loss'. Other players think they have a system that helps them win. The truth is that there is always an element of chance with any game. You cannot outwit chance. This is a cognitive distortion. Another issue is magical thinking whereas people think that if they bring some sort of good luck charm, or do things in a certain way all the time, or go to a certain machine, or just wish it to be true, that this will improve their possibilities of winning. It does not!
The truth is that older people who are buying a social activity are increasingly being bled dry of their savings and in reality while the ride there and back, as well as lunch, may be a social activity, the act of playing the game, whatever it is, is identifying, even though you are in a large crowd. Stick to journeys where you can talk to others and really associate, dance or exercise!
And always remember to keep your face to the sunshine!
Cheryl has been a certified clinical counsellor for over 12 years. Cheryl uses a diverse repertoire of skills that enable her to guide individuals in order to foster healthy, positive and sustainable change in their lives and foster the ideal vision of their existence. As well as traditional counseling and coaching, Cheryl also conducts workshops and seminars pertaining to components of behavioural change as well as motivational speaking.