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The Broke Girl Society

Christina
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Female Gambling Addiction Podcast: I talk with other problem gamblers about the struggles of dealing with this life changing addiction. It's my hope that we can erase the stigma and shame so women will feel safe seeking the help they need without fear of judgment. ❤️ We are all worthy of the hope and healing recovery brings. Host: Christina Sponsored by Gamban. Check out Gamban.com for online gambling blocking software. #gamblingaddiction #problemgambling #recoverypodcast #sobrietypodcast #femalegamblingaddiction

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Latest Episodes

Hey! Josh is back to update us about his recovery and share with us about some big changes he's been making in his life. I hope you enjoy catching up with Josh as much as I do! more

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Danielle, (co-host of Gambling Got the Girls Podcast) joins us to share her journey of addiction and recovery. At nearly three and half years into recovery, we chat about complacency, and the difference between just abstaining from gambling and worki... more

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5 days ago

Hey! I am back with season 2 (which honestly isn't much different than season 1)! :) Dianne is here to share her journey of recovery with us and one of the things I took away was her passion to help others feel safe in the recovery rooms. She works h... more

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Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 9 ratings
  • Broke boy here

    Heard Christina on an episode of the All In podcast and immediately felt such a strong connection. Early in my recovery and love listening to her story in the mornings to help keep me on the right track. Didn’t realize the podcast world had such a strong GA/addiction community! Love the title too, we become so much more broken than just financially with this addiction. Keep shining, we’re listening!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Brandon B, compulsive gambler
    United States2 months ago
  • Love

    This is such a great podcast. The reality is awesome.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    C gorants
    United States3 months ago
  • Support over the internet!

    I love this podcast and it helps me through my struggles. I’ve told Christina that when I listen or connect on Facebook I feel like we are friends even though we have never met. It’s her calm and cool, supportive nature. Great work on helping others!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    shamrok12m
    United States4 months ago
  • Help for women battling Compulsive Gambling

    This is something I couldn’t find when I was really struggling and I know would have helped get help sooner! Thanks so much Christina for putting a podcast out there talking about this secret addiction.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    okie dokie 78
    United States6 months ago

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