I never expected to end up like this. I’m a normal middle-aged man from Singapore with a good job and a steady income, but I have a dark secret that I have been struggling with for the past few months.
Every day, I spend at least $60 on my ‘needs’ in the red-light district of Geylang. It started off innocently enough – an innocent curiosity, a bit of harmless dabbling – but it quickly spiraled out of control.
I’ve been going to Geylang for a few months now. At first, it was just a curiosity, a way to explore the seedy underbelly of Singapore.
But then I started to get a rush from the experience – the thrill of the unknown, the feeling of being in control. And so I kept going back, day after day, spending more and more money.
I’m ashamed to admit that I now spend $60 a day on my ‘needs’ in Geylang. I know it’s wrong and I feel guilty every time I do it, but I can’t seem to help it.
It’s become an addiction and I’m powerless to stop it. I’ve even borrowed money from my friends here and there to pay for it, and I’m now in serious debt.
I’m also aware that it’s taking a toll on my finances. I make a decent salary, but I can barely keep up with my bills.
And I’m now spending half of my monthly salary just on my ‘needs’ in Geylang. I know I need to stop, but I just can’t seem to do it.
I’m ashamed to admit that I’m addicted to Geylang. I’m scared of what my family and friends would think if they knew.
I’m embarrassed and ashamed of my behavior and feel like I’m a bad person. I know I need help, but I’m too scared to seek it out.
I’m not sure what the future holds for me, but I know I need to make a change. I need to stop spending so much money on my ‘needs’ in Geylang and get my life back on track.
I know it won’t be easy, but I’m determined to do it. I’m hopeful that I can break this addiction and start living a healthier, happier life.