Ok,I have a "friend" whos wife has what appears to be a gambling addiction. Last winter he told me she confessed to blowing $3500 in the casino,not all at once I assume. So he dealt with it as a good, upright, decent person who loves his wife would. Months pass then just in the last few days he tells me that she has again confessed to blowing $6000 the same way. He explains to me exactly how he feels which is as you can imagine, horrible. The sense of betrayal and treachery must be almost unbearable. Can you imagine having to use the substantial savings you've accrued to pay off this debt, which was on a credit card I might add. Who goes out and literally throws money in the garbage and then on top of that uses a credit card which is in her name to obtain the money? On top of that she tries to get him to feel sorry for her. It worked last time, but now? I don't thint so. Have any fools out there ever experienced this type of a scenario? Now I ask you what should I, err I mean what should he do?
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