Author: Anders Bergman

  • Research behind QuitGamble

    Research behind QuitGamble is based on the assumption that pain is the cause of addiction. It’s the escape from the pain we get addicted to. Alcohol, drugs, and gambling are just ways […]

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  • Alternative to Gamblers anonymous

    Alternative to Gamblers anonymous

    Before we begin, we’d like to point out that we don’t see QG as a competitor to GA. We’re all doing our best to help people with gambling problems get […]

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  • Comparison of QG and Facebook

    Comparison of QG and Facebook

    I’ve been a proud member of Facebook for the past 14 years. Okay, a proud member might be an overstatement, but as vain as I sometimes am, I see myself […]

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  • Schedule Zoom Meetings

    Schedule Zoom Meetings

    We’re dedicated to providing you with the best possible tools to quit gambling. At this stage, we can’t provide meetings like Gamblers Anonymous. Hopefully, that will be a feature in […]

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  • Gamification – Upcoming function

    Gamification – Upcoming function

    We have designed to offer our members a chance to help themselves, by helping others. We believe this is one of the keys to kick gambling addiction’s ass! We […]

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  • Join something bigger

    Join something bigger is designed to encourage people to regain control over their lives. To add some extra spices, we decided to add a point system. For each task, video, and forum […]

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  • Buddy Function

    Buddy Function

    We’re currently building a Buddy function for The idea is to give each member a Buddy to discuss and follow up with. is online-based. It has both […]

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  • Yesterday something fantastic happened…

    Yesterday something fantastic happened…

    I went out for a walk in the evening. It was raining, snowing and windy… Like the weather gods couldn’t decide what to throw at us. After 40 minutes even […]

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  • Boredom and gambling addiction

    Boredom and gambling addiction

    Is there a connection between boredom and gambling addiction? Today, people don’t know how to handle boredom. In a study published in the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction1, […]

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  • Set inspiring goals

    Set inspiring goals

    This is the introduction to our goal-setting program. If you like it, sign up for free to get full access today! How would you like to beat Tiger Woods in […]

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