Our expert says:
What would "give him a chance" mean ? Clueless ' comments are excellent. Its not unusual for a very nice person to have an addiction type problem, which they can't or rather won't see. As you say, the gift is great, the wrapped neads cleaning up. If gambling is for him nothing important, it was just a wild idea of a way he might raise some money for the home --- then he'd have no difficulty in seeing its pitfalls, and trying a different route. if it is addictively powerful for him ( did he gamble before, or only recently ? ) then it'll be hard to shake off, unless he agrees that it is a problem, sincerely ants to stop, and works with a suitable specialist
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