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    Family and friends

    If you’re concerned someone you care about is experiencing harm from their gambling we understand that it can affect you too. We support not only the person gambling but also their friends and family.

    If someone you know is experiencing issues with gambling, and it may be affecting you, help is available.

    Gamblers Help Southern, counsellor, counselling, gambling counselling, couples

    For every person with a gambling problem up to six other people can be affected.

    If you are concerned about someone, here are some signs to look out for.

    • Hiding their gambling or being secretive
    • Unexplained debt or borrowing
    • Losing track of time
    • Mood swings, anxiety, stress or anger
    • Losing interest in other things
    • Unpaid bills

    More resources

    For more information and resources to support family and friends visit Gambler’s Help. You can find information on the following topics:

    Taking care of yourself

    Being concerned about someone you care about’s gambling can be stressful and isolating. It can affect trust, relationships, self-esteem, health and finances. Helping yourself is as important as helping the person you’re concerned about.

    Our counsellors are here to support you and we provide individual, couple and group counselling. Free, confidential and provided by qualified staff. Find out more.

    Hear from others

    Sometimes hearing real stories from people who’ve been there and got through it can be helpful. Check out the Not a Dollar More podcast and here from affected others share their stories.