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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

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In some places of my country, voluntary self-exclusion is valid and irreversible for two years. A significant number of people come renew again and again for two years more. Somehow the external limit seems to work in these cases. Too, at the time of signing the voluntary self-exclusion, professionals usually hear from players that they don' t need psychological treatment, this measure is enough they say. Anyway, it seems that is necessary to continue renewing.
And in many cases when voluntary self exclusion expires, it is the period in which they return to play strong, then they take in that moment the decision to re-sign.The force of compulsion?
Regards.
 

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