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Why is this? He or she has unrestricted access to the checking and savings accounts, credit cards, lines of credit and other avenues. Both types of denial are symptoms of many kinds of addiction, not just gambling addiction. As a unit, the family often disintegrates. They gradually avoid the gambler, refusing to take his or her calls, quickly finding an excuse to leave if approached. If you are the partner or spouse who relies on the compulsive gambler to take care of the bills and other financial responsibilities in the household, you may be tempted to believe this lie. No more excuses. In fact, without treatment, compulsive gambling is a downward spiral that has, at its final stage, a predictable outcome for the individual: prison, commitment to a mental institution, or death. Will you continue to put up with this addiction? Where to get the cash? Responsible Gambling Starts Here.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Problem gamblers in recovery may be at risk of relapse. By the time someone is deep into gambling, their behavior becomes consistent and predictable. This can result in physical deterioration to the addict as well as mental and emotional difficulties: cognitive impairment, difficulty concentrating, loss of memory, explosive rage, extreme mood swings, depression, psychosis, and thoughts of suicide, among others. These gamblers are addicted to gambling, and lying becomes second nature to them. If, on the other hand, you are the one who controls the purse strings, so to speak, and you constantly give in to the requests for money, you are enabling the compulsive gambler to continue with his or her addictive behavior. You are complicit, codependent, and have just magnified the problem by making it easier for the compulsive gambler to continue. Or someone stole his or her wallet and now the credit cards are gone. Read on. Before long, the compulsive gambler is right back at it. Trust is not gained through words. Get help and support from others in your situation. He or she simply cannot resist the temptation. What happens when one individual in the family is addicted impacts all members of the family. But when your partner is a compulsive gambler, you have reason to be suspicious. To ignore the craving is to suffer โ€” and the compulsive gambler only wants the high that comes from gambling. Trust is earned through action. Sooner or later, the house always wins. Friends will eventually see through the lies and refuse to lend any more money to the gambler. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Special tools and resources for helping the senior population practice safe gambling habits. Take the Quiz. Many gamblers lose their home, go bankrupt, get arrested for various crimes embezzlement, fraud, theft, violence, DUIs, etc. What are some of the common lies compulsive gamblers tell? Compulsive gamblers need to be able to continue their addictive behavior. Admitting that he or she went gambling is tantamount to admitting loss of control, an inability to set and keep boundaries, and a refusal to keep a promise. In order to do that, they either have to have a complicit or codependent partner, or they have to convince whomever they need to in order to continue to gain access to cash. Compulsive gamblers often are addicted to alcohol, nicotine, or other harmful substances. What kinds of harm does this potentially involve? Are you aware of the risks and reality of youth gambling? Putting your mental health first can have positive results that last. Learn More. Anyone who flat-out denies they have a gambling problem, despite evidence to the contrary, is either well on their way to full-blown gambling addiction or is already there. While the gambler may initially in the early stages of gambling behavior have some wins, the odds are literally stacked against him or her. You need to pick your time for the discussion, and it needs to be when the compulsive gambler is rational, calm, and able to carry on a conversation about the situation in a normal manner. They will do anything and say anything to get to their primary goal: gambling. Gambling Problem? With treatment, not only will the addict learn about the disease of addiction, but he or she will also learn how to avoid triggers and learn and practice coping behaviors to prevent relapse. But there is something you can do for you. Dealing with the effects of gambling addiction, the family suffers right along with the gambler. When someone says they have their gambling under control, they are lying not only to you but also to themselves. If he or she just keeps gambling, the luck will return. You cannot change the gambler, but you can change how you interact with the gambler and change your behaviors so that you are not enabling the gambling to continue. What else can the compulsive gambler say? To prove it, the compulsive gambler may even stay away from the casino, sports book, Internet gaming, or track for a short period of time. Again, what you do is very much your choice. A person who only buys a Lotto ticket once in a while will never make this statement. These are step fellowship groups whose purpose is to help those family members and friends of gambling addicts cope with the situation. Attend Gam-Anon meetings. In order for them to have meaning, they need to be backed up by action. Depending on the length of time the individual has been gambling, and the other addictions the person may also have, the damage may be extensive. Denial is a coping mechanism the compulsive gambler uses to attempt to mask his or her problem. Live Chat. And the evidence will mount to prove just how big a lie it is. Gamblers will rob savings accounts, jockey funds back and forth, hide the passbook or bank statements, and delay the inevitable โ€” all in the futile attempt to keep you from the truth. Desperation sets in the longer the compulsive gambler engages in the addictive behavior. This lie is an evergreen one that almost every compulsive gambler uses on more than one occasion. Chances are this is just another lie the compulsive gambler tells you. You obviously care for or have cared for the person. The urge to gamble has become a craving that gnaws incessantly on the consciousness. After all, this money is rarely, if ever, repaid. That they stretch the truth or tell outright lies is an understatement. No more looking the other way when the signs and consequences of mounting gambling debt are all around you. But the lure of cashing in on the big score, snagging the elusive prize is too great. What are your options? By hoping to keep the truth from coming out, the gambler tries to buy time โ€” time he or she uses to keep on gambling. Remember that the gambling addict has to want to change in order for change to have a chance. Instead of letting the lie go unchallenged, you will need to take a stand. Will the lies ever stop? You can help by looking into available treatment facilities, either residential treatment facility for gambling addiction or outpatient treatment facilities. Trust is a fragile thing. Confronting a compulsive gambler โ€” calling him or her on the indisputable facts that indicate gambling has become an addictive behavior โ€” will usually generate this kind of lie in response.