Slotomania is an online addiction that effects men and women, it happens when you are too fascinated by a virtual coin. This compulsive behavior is different from other forms of gambling. There are many similarities between this compulsive disorder and other forms of gambling, including internet poker, sports betting, online slots, roulette and bingo. But there are also differences.
Slotomania is not addicting, is not addictive at all, not like gambling. It can lead to a great deal of physical and mental trauma if the individuals suffering from this form of addiction spend too much time playing, they will risk injury or death.
I remember when I first experienced this problem. My friend introduced me to what I thought was a free slot. When I spent a long time in the game and got addicted, I began to wonder how this could be a free coin.
The problem was not with the site that allowed me to access the free coins, but with me. I needed to feel the addiction, I needed to get lost in the game.
After a time the addiction wore off and I realized that I had not lost any money. I hadn’t gambled on the free coins, but instead I had felt an intense feeling of elation and triumph.
I still had the feeling that I was being cheated and that the free coins were not real. I began to research the mechanics of slot games and it didn’t take long before I found out that free coins were actually real. They were pieces of plastic that keeping track of your score, the points you had at the end of each game.
At first, I was really afraid of losing the free coins, but soon learned that they were worth more than they were worth at the beginning. They were worth more because I had made progress and gained more experience.
Through that I realized that I was not cheating myself, but that I was learning the skills to win. I learned to control my winnings and to learn to control the addiction, and I felt like I was winning, I won free coins and I felt like a winner.