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Questions:

1. What is a commonly held belief among compulsive gamblers?
2. What are four categories of enabling?
3. What are four methods for ‘raising bottom?’
4. How effective are interventions?
5. What is one complication unique to teens regarding gambling?
6. What are the five stages of quitting?
7. What are three simple guidelines to avoiding relapse and staying stopped?

Answers:

A.  Interventions are generally between thirty and fifty percent effective.
B.  Four methods for ‘raising bottom’ are no more bailouts, continued emotional support, deciding when to bail out, and knowing what to expect. 
C.  The five stages of quitting are pre contemplation, contemplation, commitment and action, maintenance and relapse. 
D.  Four categories of enabling are covering up and covering for the gambler, attempting to control the gambler’s behavior, bailing him out, and cooperating with him.
E.  Three simple guidelines to avoiding relapse and staying stopped are using support systems, watching company, and watching where they go
F.  Compulsive gamblers may believe money is both the solution to and the cause of all of the problems in their lives.
G.  One complication unique to teens regarding gambling is lack of responsibility.

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