The period of the holidays season leads many people to gambling. Why does this happen? Many believe that the chances of good luck are greater during holidays. They hope that they will win and that they are going to fulfill their dreams. Their mood is very positive, they are more optimistic and willing to risk more.
They put great emphasis on luck during the festive season and they start gambling because of their need for positive change . They are looking forward to winning and achieving the best possible results. So they adopt successful strategies that ensure them many profits and they spend more time on gambling in order to feel their adrenaline rise high.
When they win they feel great satisfaction. This reinforces their need to play in order to win again. They think that they can succeed as it is well known that hope always dies last. This behavior is based on the positive emotions that are caused by the festive atmosphere of the days and the thought that luck is on their side.
Apart from the festive atmosphere there is also a negative climate because of the intense economic crisis. The combination of these situations makes people try harder so that they can get away from negativity and enter new levels of economic prosperity. As a result they gamble in order to fulfill their expectations.
As we can understand, the existence of such conditions leads addicted gamblers to bet more so that they can compensate their potential losses and increase their profits and seasonal gamblers (holiday gamblers) to gamble in order to achieve a change in their lives by acquiring the level of luxury that they dream.
What we must not forget is that Christmas holidays constitute a message of love, optimism. Let’s follow this without focusing only in acquiring more and more material goods through gambling.