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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by TechyMm0: 1:34pm On Oct 17
It's only in Africa that we don't recognise Addiction as a sickness but blame spirits and almost everything but mental disease similar to Phone OS problem and virus

Goto a clinic or a psychologist


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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Daniel058(m): 1:37pm On Oct 17
ChildOfDoom:
I wonder why I only feel relaxed after I lose what I have. These days, youths are no longer guaranteed of living long as our forefathers of old. So many exuberances that could lead to our waterloo. There is internet fraud, mistaken identity, stray bullet from sporadic shots, rituals, strange illnesses, impersonation, wrong accusations, temptation to rape, date or sleep with pedophiles, lynching because of public stealing, violence, drug addiction, gambling, abortion etc.

My realistic prayer is to make it to 30 years before something takes my life. I will resume church service again by tomorrow to seek God's intervention

@ The bolded, stop trying to be as Rich as anybody.. , eat good food , change location especially to an area with no internet connection.. stop watching pornographic videos if you do and see how good you will feel
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Casper21: 1:42pm On Oct 17
SMH!! Op, Shey you know the Law of Attraction is real? Those negative thoughts you prescribe upon yourself will affect you for a long time. Your mindset is all you need to work on and your life will completely change.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by AmazingELixir: 1:45pm On Oct 17
Pegi23:
He goat. You really are a child of doom. You know what to do na. Pls do the needful and stop bombing nairaland with your new nonsense.

Ewu kenya

Isn't this too harsh coming from a lady...one should have expected some measure of care and concern not this stone cold response...meanwhile I've been eying you since. grin
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Davoneskay(m): 1:49pm On Oct 17
chinyerefrank444:
childofdoom, first change your username to something good.
then locate a site like someone suggests and hustle. I don't know how they pay but it should take you out of debt.
see it as body building

He complained of poor health, eg, poor vision, failing organ. He also masturbates a lot. How is he gonna cope with such a tedous job?
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Shortyy(f): 2:01pm On Oct 17
MikeMicheal:
Just commit suicide and stop wasting space and oxygen.
Are you sure you're human? Why so callous? You can proffer a solution, or you can just pass it you have nothing to say.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by SPOLO(m): 2:09pm On Oct 17
Wait! You went backt to play Virtual again?

No this is not ordinary u are under some spell.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by bootyeater: 2:11pm On Oct 17
Nairalanders have been advising this one for 2 years now... his condition didn't change.

this one doesn't want to be helped. either that or its a fake account filled with fake stories and loves to use sympathy to seek attention.

no sympathy from me to you. you no wan hear word. nothing way you go say here way them never tell am before. Goat. Keep at it eh?
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Uyi168(m): 2:14pm On Oct 17
ChildOfDoom:
Back from a bet9ja shop after playing bet9ja virtual. I lost 4500 naira I convinced the ss 3 students in the school i work to save with me. I just couldn't stand thinking of my pending debts with no way to settle them. The money I was keeping for them was the only way I could think of solving the pertubing problems I had. I owe the woman that sells close to my school about 7000 naira. My director's remaining debt is 28,500. I was tired of working without pay. I needed a way out. Until a good job or breakthrough comes, I may never change. This is my fate. I am doomed for life. For now, my addiction to bet9ja virtual is stronger than my will to stop it. I was foolish not to have played a bet slip of about 500 and save the rest for the students or for upkeep.
..
Do u know know I actually enjoy your writeups?..

Don't die and keep writing.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by OMOJOHN001(m): 2:24pm On Oct 17
My advice to people like you is that, In a time like this never should you choose salary work as a solution to your problem.

Salary will never solve your problem but hard to it unknowingly. Go out there and hustle or Go to one village cultivate a land and plant crops to make better money.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Macsjebs(m): 3:27pm On Oct 17
ChildOfDoom:
I wonder why I only feel relaxed after I lose what I have. These days, youths are no longer guaranteed of living long as our forefathers of old. So many exuberances that could lead to our waterloo. There is internet fraud, mistaken identity, stray bullet from sporadic shots, rituals, strange illnesses, impersonation, wrong accusations, temptation to rape, date or sleep with pedophiles, lynching because of public stealing, violence, drug addiction, gambling, abortion etc.

My realistic prayer is to make it to 30 years before something takes my life. I will resume church service again by tomorrow to seek God's intervention
I reject it in your behalf, you won't die before 30
It seems you need money for something, seek out other legitimate source of wealth, do away with regrets and worrying
It's a game, you win and you lose, stop regretting and making yourself extremely remorseful and you did overcome
You are not addicted, it's what you make your mind believe, it's what you tell yourself, get hold of yourself and take charge of your thoughts and actions
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Connected1: 3:28pm On Oct 17
It may be your destiny bro.
But I know that when you experience something very serious, no one will tell you to deviate from Gambling.
But I pray it doesn't kill you.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by skondo09(m): 3:52pm On Oct 17
ChildOfDoom:
This life I have chosen or which I am addicted to, might take my life sooner than later. I have seen people lose their life's savings, lose their properties, get arrested or lose their life in the process. I am 28 and will clock 29 in January. With the way I am going, only God knows. I already have kidney problems due to too many sugary junk food I patronize any time I am down. I also have partially blurred vision and back pains resulting from chronic masturbation after I lose all I have. I'm scared I am towing the former life again that made me flee benin to warri in order not to be killed by some cult guys for gambling with their leader's phone.

Hmm. Maybe what I need is living under a mentor who can help me reconstruct my life. Or maybe gamblers like me need to be avoided as we could cause more harm to those that show us love.



seriously all u need is Jesus, for God so loved the world that he gave is only beggotten son, dt whoever believe in him shall not perish,but have everlasting life..
As popular as this scripture is, its the basis of God's love on humanity..God can restore u only if you will allow him, Humbly go to God, pray the way u can..who ever call on Jesus will be save..amen
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Viserion: 4:29pm On Oct 17
Change your moniker first
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by PUNAengineOIL: 4:45pm On Oct 17
I responded to the op with the hope of challenging him to come alive. Message was not for a poverty-loving passerby, you could have passed.
Don't quote me to defend failure and poor mentality, a 29-year old is not a kid. You always want to hear words of encouragement, I don't do that man. And I'm not close to been perfect, I never said I was perfect, that's why I keep on striving to do more in every aspect.
One major character of you poor people is that you love comfort so much, you always need empathy for your "little failed attempts" in life, instead of beating yourself hard and pushing yourself to do better you start looking for those who will lament with you. Nonsense mentality, when you people see those ahead of you or those who are doing their best to get ahead in life, all you can do is hate and say every negative things about them at any given opportunity, but when you get your chances you keep wasting it. Majority of Nigerians living in that country are poor because they are truly "lazy" and they surround themselves with like-minded individuals, you know the truth but will never accept and face it because of your laziness.


skultrick:


Not everyone is so fortunate, it worked for you @ 29, thank God and don't make seem like you're perfect.

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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by MikeMicheal(m): 5:14pm On Oct 17
PUNAengineOIL:
I responded to the op with the hope of challenging him to come alive. Message was not for a poverty-loving passerby, you could have passed.
Don't quote me to defend failure and poor mentality, a 29-year old is not a kid. You always want to hear words of encouragement, I don't do that man. And I'm not close to been perfect, I never said I was perfect, that's why I keep on striving to do more in every aspect.
One major character of you poor people is that you love comfort so much, you always need empathy for your "little failed attempts" in life, instead of beating yourself hard and pushing yourself to do better you start looking for those who will lament with you. Nonsense mentality, when you people see those ahead of you or those who are doing their best to get ahead in life, all you can do is hate and say every negative things about them at any given opportunity, but when you get your chances you keep wasting it. Majority of Nigerians living in that country are poor because they are truly "lazy" and they surround themselves with like-minded individuals, you know the truth but will never accept and face it because of your laziness.


THANKS FOR SPILLING THOSE BITTER TRUTHS!
THEY MUST HAVE SENSE BY FORCE.

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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Kingsaeedibn: 5:17pm On Oct 17
MikeMicheal:
Just commit suicide and stop wasting space and oxygen.

If he actually followed your advice.. wait for your own protest to come
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Kingsaeedibn: 5:18pm On Oct 17
PUNAengineOIL:
I responded to the op with the hope of challenging him to come alive. Message was not for a poverty-loving passerby, you could have passed.
Don't quote me to defend failure and poor mentality, a 29-year old is not a kid. You always want to hear words of encouragement, I don't do that man. And I'm not close to been perfect, I never said I was perfect, that's why I keep on striving to do more in every aspect.
One major character of you poor people is that you love comfort so much, you always need empathy for your "little failed attempts" in life, instead of beating yourself hard and pushing yourself to do better you start looking for those who will lament with you. Nonsense mentality, when you people see those ahead of you or those who are doing their best to get ahead in life, all you can do is hate and say every negative things about them at any given opportunity, but when you get your chances you keep wasting it. Majority of Nigerians living in that country are poor because they are truly "lazy" and they surround themselves with like-minded individuals, you know the truth but will never accept and face it because of your laziness.




Seun.. give this guy 3 star Mod

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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Abiababe(f): 6:05pm On Oct 17
Start by changing your name.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by MrEazi223(m): 6:25pm On Oct 17
Suffering the same faith as OP but I’ve made up my mind in the last few days to desist from anything virtual game, OP let me ask you this question, have you lost 500K within 2hrs before in this virtual game if your answer is “NO” then your own is a child play compare to mine but believe you can be liberated from it.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by pcguru1(m): 6:30pm On Oct 17
Seandisputed:
You complain everytime.
Sorry to say but you're too weak for a man.

Yeah he complains a lot for a man
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by skultrick(m): 6:32pm On Oct 17
PUNAengineOIL:
I responded to the op with the hope of challenging him to come alive. Message was not for a poverty-loving passerby, you could have passed.
Don't quote me to defend failure and poor mentality, a 29-year old is not a kid. You always want to hear words of encouragement, I don't do that man. And I'm not close to been perfect, I never said I was perfect, that's why I keep on striving to do more in every aspect.
One major character of you poor people is that you love comfort so much, you always need empathy for your "little failed attempts" in life, instead of beating yourself hard and pushing yourself to do better you start looking for those who will lament with you. Nonsense mentality, when you people see those ahead of you or those who are doing their best to get ahead in life, all you can do is hate and say every negative things about them at any given opportunity, but when you get your chances you keep wasting it. Majority of Nigerians living in that country are poor because they are truly "lazy" and they surround themselves with like-minded individuals, you know the truth but will never accept and face it because of your laziness.

Well, this is Nigeria, and it's not as rosy as you make it seem. There are many factors that keep lots of youths down in Nigeria.

For me, it was harsh and brutal not until two years ago when I found my feet.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by kennethfranc: 8:29pm On Oct 17
Op... With your illustration, its obvious you don't do anything for living aside gambling. I was once a gambler though I didn't reach ur level....
Here is how I stopped mine
-Tell ur self the truth that you want to resign
-Avoid going there to charge your phone at all cost
-If possible minimize the rate at which u watch football
-Finally be prayerful
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by Kingnelson9: 8:29pm On Oct 17
its never too late to turn a new leaf.
jst re-organise urself & be patient,remembre to change friends,u knw wat u want, make friends with people that wil help u. las las everythn go soft...

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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by pcguru1(m): 8:35pm On Oct 17
skultrick:


Well, this is Nigeria, and it's not as rosy as you make it seem. There are many factors that keep lots of youths down in Nigeria.

For me, it was harsh and brutal not until two years ago when I found my feet.

Were you gambling when things were bad ?
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by nniero11: 8:51pm On Oct 17
MikeMicheal:
Just commit suicide and stop wasting space and oxygen.

THIS IS NOT COOL AT ALL! THIS IS HOW PEOPLE AROUND US COMMIT SUICIDE BECAUSE OF HOW WE LOOK LOOK AT THEM AND TALK CRAP ABOUT THEM IN FRONT OF THEM. WHAT A WICKED GENERATION. NOBODY IS USELESS!

OP WORK ON YOURSELF AND BE A REAL G. A REAL HOMIE NEVER GETS ADDICTED TO ANYTHING THAT KILLS HIM. U GOT SOMETHING THE WORLD NEEDS. PRAY TO GOD FOR DIRECTION AND THEN ARISE AND RULE THE WORLD.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by muller101(m): 9:23pm On Oct 17
MikeMicheal:
Just commit suicide and stop wasting space and oxygen.
The op could be someone close to you. Sometimes speak with caution.
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by skultrick(m): 9:50pm On Oct 17
pcguru1:


Were you gambling when things were bad ?

Yeah, I gambled for years and it ruined my education, I had to drop out. Still, I didn't give myself sense, I fell so low to the extent even family members didn't respect me anymore, forgetting I was once a breadwinner. I didn't give up, I realized it was time to stop gambling, and yes, I stopped and my life started taking shape, I went back to school, today I earn almost half a million monthly.

A friend I met in the hostel in year 1 introduced me to gambling, I cause that day. Sometimes shit happens, not because you wanted it, it just happen.

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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by nniero11: 9:55pm On Oct 17
PUNAengineOIL:
I responded to the op with the hope of challenging him to come alive. Message was not for a poverty-loving passerby, you could have passed.
Don't quote me to defend failure and poor mentality, a 29-year old is not a kid. You always want to hear words of encouragement, I don't do that man. And I'm not close to been perfect, I never said I was perfect, that's why I keep on striving to do more in every aspect.
One major character of you poor people is that you love comfort so much, you always need empathy for your "little failed attempts" in life, instead of beating yourself hard and pushing yourself to do better you start looking for those who will lament with you. Nonsense mentality, when you people see those ahead of you or those who are doing their best to get ahead in life, all you can do is hate and say every negative things about them at any given opportunity, but when you get your chances you keep wasting it. Majority of Nigerians living in that country are poor because they are truly "lazy" and they surround themselves with like-minded individuals, you know the truth but will never accept and face it because of your laziness.



ur name is very funny!
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by VicM6: 9:58pm On Oct 17
ChildOfDoom:
Back from a bet9ja shop after playing bet9ja virtual. I lost 4500 naira I convinced the ss 3 students in the school i work to save with me. I just couldn't stand thinking of my pending debts with no way to settle them. The money I was keeping for them was the only way I could think of solving the pertubing problems I had. I owe the woman that sells close to my school about 7000 naira. My director's remaining debt is 28,500. I was tired of working without pay. I needed a way out. Until a good job or breakthrough comes, I may never change. This is my fate. I am doomed for life. For now, my addiction to bet9ja virtual is stronger than my will to stop it. I was foolish not to have played a bet slip of about 500 and save the rest for the students or for upkeep.
God go punish this child of doom.... no be u bdis ni... village people swear for u ni.... well it's good, i told u a way out but u called me a scammer instead. so face ur music alone now....
Re: I might die before I clock 30 by N2B2: 9:59pm On Oct 17
ChildOfDoom:
Back from a bet9ja shop after playing bet9ja virtual. I lost 4500 naira I convinced the ss 3 students in the school i work to save with me. I just couldn't stand thinking of my pending debts with no way to settle them. The money I was keeping for them was the only way I could think of solving the pertubing problems I had. I owe the woman that sells close to my school about 7000 naira. My director's remaining debt is 28,500. I was tired of working without pay. I needed a way out. Until a good job or breakthrough comes, I may never change. This is my fate. I am doomed for life. For now, my addiction to bet9ja virtual is stronger than my will to stop it. I was foolish not to have played a bet slip of about 500 and save the rest for the students or for upkeep.

Your self-pity seems to be drowning you faster than the gambling.

Do you think life is hard for you now? Hmm! You never see anything. Take a trip to the nearest general hospital (No one will stop you from entering) and visit the wards there. You will see people that have been lying down for months; people that have not seen outside for over a year; people that can't walk; grown men and women wearing nappies and drinking akamu; people that don't have the hand you take for granted; people that are blind and don't even remember what TV looks like again; people that were abandoned in the hospital, etc. You will even see children (some of whom are even younger than 5) with sever deformity and hopeless complications.

Do you know what these people will give to be where you are now? Do you know what they will give to have what you have? You are not suffering. You think you have problems but you don't. You think you are at the point of no return, but you're not there yet. When you get to that point, ehn, your eye will open. The self pity will disappear, and you'll start doing your best to live, but it'll already be too late.

1.) Stop pitying yourself. You have not suffered in this life.
2.) If money enter your hand, you will have an unbearable urge to bet. So use that money to buy something you can't spend but can sell later - like credit.
3.) Crawl back to God and pray.

To be continued...

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Re: I might die before I clock 30 by VicM6: 10:01pm On Oct 17
YorubaMod:
My brother, nothing is wrong with you, myself is owing someone 800k and I lost the money to bet9ja, I would have been dead but is only the grace of God that I'm alive today. Ur own debt is too small sef, just look for a construction site and start a daily job and in no time, ur debt will be a thing of the past.
u giving him advice, have u been able to gather 800k form a daily construction work?.

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