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Problem Gambling Warning Signs

  • Spend a lot of time gambling – may miss school, work, family obligations, or other important events
  • Hide gambling losses – frequently talk about wins, but keep losses and information on family finances private
  • Gamble to escape – use gambling to escape home or work pressures; gambles out of loneliness or grief
  • Suffer severe mood swings – person’s state of mind depends on gambling wins or losses; when not gambling the person may become anxious or angry
  • Bets increase in size – betting higher amounts to recoup losses or break even
  • Tries to stop gambling, but can’t – a compulsive gambler tries to stop but is unable to quit without help

Find out if gambling could be the problem. Complete the Anonymous Self-Assessment to find out your score.