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By  gosh_mate  |  28

There is no comparison, a gambling addiction will literally take everything from his life. If he doesn't get some help (do something about the issue) you shouldn't stay to see the destruction.

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  okaydisarray  |  17

Actually 21, if he isn't willing to talk about a problem as big as a gambling addiction, OP should be thinking about moving on. Especially since he's comparing it to something that isn't that big of a deal, such as a weight gain.

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  scyth3s  |  13

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  BirdieCurls  |  25

#34 okay but nobody said OP was overweight? it says that she gained weight. not that she gained a thousand pounds and has a diet solely made up of hot cheetos. like i get where you're coming from but honestly OP's partner is a sphincter balloon and could just be trying to hurt her as best he can. i dont know for sure, i wasnt there, but this is just how i read through it.

By  gosh_mate  |  28

There is no comparison, a gambling addiction will literally take everything from his life. If he doesn't get some help (do something about the issue) you shouldn't stay to see the destruction.

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  darkaxx  |  9

Well depending on how much weight was gained that could end a life as well. There are a lot of bad things that happen at an increased rate to people that are overweight.

By  feebae  |  11

Because he loves you he would accept that you have maybe gained weight, although gambling is a serious problem and in the long run, you would be better off without him spending all of your money.

By  Jenniesaurus  |  14

Puns aside, you really need to either put your foot down about getting his addiction seen to, or leave before he starts getting in serious debt and relying on you to bail him out.

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