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    Compulsive Gamblers Anonymous (CGA)

    Compulsive Gamblers Anonymous (CGA) is a fellowship of people that get together, learn, share, and recover from Compulsive Gambling and Compulsive thinking through the 12 Steps. The primary purpose of both the individual and the group is to help each other recover from the compulsive, addictive and destructive behavior that is Compulsive Gambling, so that we can help others do the same. Unlike many other 12 steps groups, we encourage members to seek outside help when it comes to financial problems, mental health problems and an array of other issues that members of CGA are simply not qualified to deal with. Our aim is to allow you to Love and be Loved into a spiritual way of life in order to the thinking, living and feeling patterns that made life for us boring, depressing and meaningless. We are a modern fellowship of people that works within the reality of the modern world, where Online Gambling, Compulsive living and a never-ending barrage of temptation makes it impossible to avoid those environments, places and things that try to trigger us into gambling. For recovery to be sustainable and effective the change must come from within; avoidance does not work. It never has. If we can make a promise to ourselves that we are willing to Love others, and to be loved by others, then we can recover from our critical condition. We do all this through the practical application of the 12 Steps, seeking the outside help we need and making our daily lives about sharing, contributing and giving, as opposed to taking, manipulating, lying and dreaming.   

    The 12 Steps of Compulsive Gamblers Anonymous (CGA)

    From the start of our entry into CGA, we place the focus very much on going through the 12-step program, attending regular meetings, taking our lives one minute/hour/day at a time and where it is healthy, putting other people’s needs as a priority, most especially those we have harmed from our compulsive thinking, gambling and behavior including our families, communities, and those we have been close to.  For us, our future lives depends completely on love, kindness, and real change to everyone.  The more we give, the more we recover. This is our mantra.  As a Modern Fellowship, we have no problem with the terms “pathological gambling” or “problem gambling” or a “gambling disorder”, knowing in truth that these words are simply referring and describing the hellish state of mind, body and soul we have lived through. Our program is spiritual in nature – but the problems we face are multifaceted and complex.