|Posted: February 27, 2006, 7:29 pm - IP Logged|
You won't win if you don't play.
$80 is not that much money for a teenager. But, if, $80 is MORE than you can afford to play, meaning, everytime you loose that $80, it hurts, then stop playing.
But, if you really, really, feel your big win is coming, keep playing....if you just HAVE to play....try using some strategies....play better lotteries, like, pick 3 and pick 4.
I don't think depression is the problem here, it could just be an addiction. At 18 it might not have been on YOUR mind to play the lottery....especially if you lived a good life....and didn't have to take care of yourself at 18....all you needed to worry about was porno and video games.
Unfortunately, not all minorities, and those living in poverty had it so easy. When I was around that age, all I wanted to do was sit around playing video games, reading porn, and hanging out with my friends at.......but, I had to work, go to school, take care a 2 year old son (paying child support), pay bills, and feed myself. Maybe soriano's situation is a little similar, and thinks he could ease all the pain by playing the lottery and hitting it big......not an addiction.....just an idea/wish/hope.
If I were you soriano, I would seriously take up a different type of gambling. The lottery is hard!