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Lori Riley wrote it. Adam did it.
In 2008, Adam Osmond hit bottom. He was a gambling addict. He lost his two stores in New Britain, where he used to play thousands of dollars worth of lottery tickets a day. When he told his wife and his family, he was ashamed and depressed. He wasn't healthy. He took a leave of absence from his job as an accountant and ended up leaving the position.
"I went through a lot at that point," said Osmond, who lives in Farmington. "I went through hell."
Well done Mr Osmond.