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Who Wants To Be
A Millionaire?
X’s
Edition
£5
What is called an addiction?
What is called an addiction?
A An addiction is a misunderstanding caused by an erroneous diction.
B Addiction is an arithm...
What is called an addiction?
A An addiction is a misunderstanding caused by an erroneous diction.
B Addiction is an arithm...
£7
Which are the most common types of
addiction?
Which are the most common types
of addiction?
A Addictions can include, but are not limited to, drug abuse, exercise addic...
Which are the most common types
of addiction?
A Addictions can include, but are not limited to, drug abuse, exercise addic...
£9
Which are the most common signs of
addiction?
Which are the most common signs
of addiction?
A A feeling of beatitude and calmness.
B Inordinate behaviour leading to jum...
You don´t understand your teacher
very well so you say:
A A feeling of beatitude and calmness.
B Inordinate behaviour lead...
£10
Which habits and patterns do
typically characterize addiction?
Which habits and patterns do
typically characterize addiction?
A A wide smile and a strict adherence to tradition.
B Heavy...
Which habits and patterns do
typically characterize addiction?
A A wide smile and a strict adherence to tradition.
B Heavy...
£12
What’s physiological dependence?
What’s physiological dependence?
A It is when the body starts to feel like flying around the objects.
B Physiological depe...
What’s physiological dependence?
A It is when the body starts to feel like flying around the objects.
B Physiological depe...
£13
What are the conditions created by
physiological dependence?
What are the conditions created by
physiological dependence?
A The conditions of rigidity and numbness.
B The conditions o...
What are the conditions created by
physiological dependence?
A The conditions of rigidity and numbness.
B The conditions o...
£15
What do you understand by
tolerance?
What do you understand by
tolerance?
A It’s the process of admitting changes without any question.
B Tolerance is the proc...
Your teacher says “Go to the
blackboard”!
A It’s the process of admitting changes without any question.
B Tolerance is the...
£16
What do you understand by
withdrawal?
What do you understand by
withdrawal?
A It refers to the continuous feeling of fulfilling and beatitude
provoked by an ans...
What do you understand by
withdrawal?
A It refers to the continuous feeling of fulfilling and beatitude
provoked by an ans...
£18
What are the symptoms of addiction
withdrawal?
What are the symptoms of addiction
withdrawal?
A Acute desire of drawing and painting, loss of money and love
of joking wi...
What are the symptoms of addiction
withdrawal?
A Acute desire of drawing and painting, loss of money and love
of joking wi...
£20
What other phenomena could be
also called addiction?
What other phenomena could be
also called addiction?
A Some itching or desires springing from inordinate conduct.
B The ad...
What other phenomena could be
also called addiction?
A Some itching or desires springing from inordinate conduct..
B The a...
£22
What is co-dependency?
What is co-dependency?
A Co-dependency is having to stay young all the time.
B Co-dependency is having little money.
C Co-...
What is co-dependency?
A Co-dependency is having to stay young all the time..
B Co-dependency is having little money.
C Co...
£24
What relationships problems are
caused by co-dependency?
What relationships problems are
caused by co-dependency?
A Problems such as inability to dance, lack of hair and flatulenc...
What relationships problems are
caused by co-dependency?
A Problems such as inability to dance, lack of hair and flatulenc...
£25
What are some symptoms of co-
dependency?
What are some symptoms of co-
dependency?
A Been attracted by objects , technology and other non alive things like these.
...
What are some symptoms of co-
dependency?
A Been attracted by objects , technology and other non alive things like these.
...
£28
What is the percent of Americans
suffering co-dependency?
What is the percent of Americans
suffering co-dependency?
A Approximately 98 per cent of Americans suffer from
symptoms of...
What is the percent of Americans
suffering co-dependency?
A Approximately 98 per cent of Americans suffer from
symptoms of...
£30
How is development trauma caused?
How is development trauma
caused?
A By heavy pampering when the individual is a baby.
B By energetic disconnections betwee...
How is development trauma
caused?
A By heavy pampering when the individual is a baby.
B By energetic disconnections betwee...
£40
What is the effect of development
trauma?
What is the effect of development
trauma?
A It causes a severe case of gigantism observed mainly in the baby’s
feet.
B It ...
What is the effect of development
trauma?
A It causes a severe case of gigantism observed mainly in the
baby’s feet.
B It ...
£50
Is there a development replay later in
life which could alleviate co-
dependency?
Is there a development replay later
in life which could alleviate co-
dependency?
A No, there is no chance to alleviate th...
Is there a development replay later
in life which could alleviate co-
dependency?
A No, there is no chance to alleviate th...
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  1. 1. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? X’s Edition
  2. 2. £5
  3. 3. What is called an addiction?
  4. 4. What is called an addiction? A An addiction is a misunderstanding caused by an erroneous diction. B Addiction is an arithmetical operation consisting in adding a certain number to another one. C Addiction is the continued repetition of a behavior despite adverse consequences or a neurological impairment leading to such behaviors D An addiction is a word which is repeated continuously until it looses its meaning.
  5. 5. What is called an addiction? A An addiction is a misunderstanding caused by an erroneous diction. B Addiction is an arithmetical operation consisting in adding a certain number to another one. C Addiction is the continued repetition of a behavior despite adverse consequences or a neurological impairment leading to such behaviors D An addiction is a word which is repeated continuously until it looses its meaning.
  6. 6. £7
  7. 7. Which are the most common types of addiction?
  8. 8. Which are the most common types of addiction? A Addictions can include, but are not limited to, drug abuse, exercise addiction, co-dependency, food addiction, sexual addiction, computer addiction and gambling B Addictions are of two types, selfish and unreliable, and both are quite common. C Addictions can be tolerated but they are usually left untreated because they are quite common among white people. D Addictions are common everywhere and they are personal or impersonal, being the former the most common ones.
  9. 9. Which are the most common types of addiction? A Addictions can include, but are not limited to, drug abuse, exercise addiction, co- dependency, food addiction, sexual addiction, computer addiction and gambling B Addictions are of two types, selfish and unreliable, and both are quite common. C Addictions can be tolerated but they are usually left untreated because they are quite common among white people. D Addictions are common everywhere and they are personal or impersonal, being the former the most common ones.
  10. 10. £9
  11. 11. Which are the most common signs of addiction?
  12. 12. Which are the most common signs of addiction? A A feeling of beatitude and calmness. B Inordinate behaviour leading to jumping and shouting. C A crazy state of affairs mixed with crying and dancing. D An impaired control over substances or behavior, preoccupation with substance or behavior, continued use despite consequences, and denial.
  13. 13. You don´t understand your teacher very well so you say: A A feeling of beatitude and calmness. B Inordinate behaviour leading to jumping and shouting. C A crazy state of affairs mixed with crying and dancing. D An impaired control over substances or behavior, preoccupation with substance or behavior, continued use despite consequences, and denial. .
  14. 14. £10
  15. 15. Which habits and patterns do typically characterize addiction?
  16. 16. Which habits and patterns do typically characterize addiction? A A wide smile and a strict adherence to tradition. B Heavy breakfasts and light dinners on weekdays. C Immediate gratification (short-term reward), coupled with delayed deleterious effects (long-term costs). D Mean glancing and uppity humble attitude.
  17. 17. Which habits and patterns do typically characterize addiction? A A wide smile and a strict adherence to tradition. B Heavy breakfasts and light dinners on weekdays. CImmediate gratification (short-term reward), coupled with delayed deleterious effects (long-term costs). D Mean glancing and uppity humble attitude.
  18. 18. £12
  19. 19. What’s physiological dependence?
  20. 20. What’s physiological dependence? A It is when the body starts to feel like flying around the objects. B Physiological dependence occurs when the body has to adjust to the substance by incorporating the substance into its 'normal' functioning. C It is a state of angriness toward all beings. D It is a state of mind of pure nonsense.
  21. 21. What’s physiological dependence? A It is when the body starts to feel like flying around the objects. B Physiological dependence occurs when the body has to adjust to the substance by incorporating the substance into its 'normal' functioning. C It is a state of angriness toward all beings. D It is a state of mind of pure nonsense.
  22. 22. £13
  23. 23. What are the conditions created by physiological dependence?
  24. 24. What are the conditions created by physiological dependence? A The conditions of rigidity and numbness. B The conditions of bliss and constant awe. C The conditions of tolerance and withdrawal D The conditions of stupor and irrationality.
  25. 25. What are the conditions created by physiological dependence? A The conditions of rigidity and numbness. B The conditions of bliss and constant awe. C The conditions of tolerance and withdrawal D The conditions of stupor and irrationality.
  26. 26. £15
  27. 27. What do you understand by tolerance?
  28. 28. What do you understand by tolerance? A It’s the process of admitting changes without any question. B Tolerance is the process by which the body continually adapts to the substance and requires increasingly larger amounts to achieve the original effects. C It’s the process of accepting all your friends D It’s the process of being unobtrusive and calm.
  29. 29. Your teacher says “Go to the blackboard”! A It’s the process of admitting changes without any question. B Tolerance is the process by which the body continually adapts to the substance and requires increasingly larger amounts to achieve the original effects. C It’s the process of accepting all your friends D It’s the process of being unobtrusive and calm.
  30. 30. £16
  31. 31. What do you understand by withdrawal?
  32. 32. What do you understand by withdrawal? A It refers to the continuous feeling of fulfilling and beatitude provoked by an answered love request, B It refers to the symptoms generated by an overwhelming wish of love and solitude toward other people. C It refers to the symptoms associated to the drawing of multiple prizes from a contest or game . D It refers to physical and psychological symptoms experienced when reducing or discontinuing a substance that the body has become dependent on
  33. 33. What do you understand by withdrawal? A It refers to the continuous feeling of fulfilling and beatitude provoked by an answered love request, B It refers to the symptoms generated by an overwhelming wish of love and solitude toward other people. C It refers to the symptoms associated to the drawing of multiple prizes from a contest or game . D It refers to physical and psychological symptoms experienced when reducing or discontinuing a substance that the body has become dependent on
  34. 34. £18
  35. 35. What are the symptoms of addiction withdrawal?
  36. 36. What are the symptoms of addiction withdrawal? A Acute desire of drawing and painting, loss of money and love of joking wildly. B Anxiety, irritability, intense cravings for the substance, nausea, hallucinations, headaches, cold sweats and tremors. C Inordinate happiness and well being, lots of friends and super sympathetic attitude. D A feverish state of acute dishonesty and gluttony
  37. 37. What are the symptoms of addiction withdrawal? A Acute desire of drawing and painting, loss of money and love of joking wildly. B Anxiety, irritability, intense cravings for the substance, nausea, hallucinations, headaches, cold sweats and tremors. C Inordinate happiness and well being, lots of friends and super sympathetic attitude. D A feverish state of acute dishonesty and gluttony
  38. 38. £20
  39. 39. What other phenomena could be also called addiction?
  40. 40. What other phenomena could be also called addiction? A Some itching or desires springing from inordinate conduct. B The addition of numerals and factors when doing some math operations. C The addition of colors and textures to a composite design to achieve greater realism.. D Other compulsions that are not substance-related, such as compulsive shopping, sex addiction/compulsive sex, overeating, problem gambling, exercise/sport and computer addiction.
  41. 41. What other phenomena could be also called addiction? A Some itching or desires springing from inordinate conduct.. B The addition of numerals and factors when doing some math operations. C The addition of colors and textures to a composite design to achieve greater realism.. D Other compulsions that are not substance-related, such as compulsive shopping, sex addiction/compulsive sex, overeating, problem gambling, exercise/sport and computer addiction.
  42. 42. £22
  43. 43. What is co-dependency?
  44. 44. What is co-dependency? A Co-dependency is having to stay young all the time. B Co-dependency is having little money. C Co-dependency is a permanent, progressive and incurable addiction resulting from development traumas that interfered with the infant-parent bonding during the first year of life. D Co-dependency is relying only in your family and your friends.
  45. 45. What is co-dependency? A Co-dependency is having to stay young all the time.. B Co-dependency is having little money. C Co-dependency is a permanent, progressive and incurable addiction resulting from development traumas that interfered with the infant-parent bonding during the first year of life. D Co-dependency is relying only in your family and your friends.
  46. 46. £24
  47. 47. What relationships problems are caused by co-dependency?
  48. 48. What relationships problems are caused by co-dependency? A Problems such as inability to dance, lack of hair and flatulence. B Problems such as a inordinate amount of body hair, fatty tissues in hands and feet and an ugly face twisting. C Problems such as gross behavior at all times, inadequate nourishment in legs and arms, skinny abdomen and bloated intestines. D Problems such as establishing and maintaining boundaries, clinging and dependent behavior , people pleasing and difficulty achieving success in the world.
  49. 49. What relationships problems are caused by co-dependency? A Problems such as inability to dance, lack of hair and flatulence. B Problems such as a inordinate amount of body hair, fatty tissues in hands and feet and an ugly face twisting. C Problems such as gross behavior at all times, inadequate nourishment in legs and arms, skinny abdomen and bloated intestines. D Problems such as establishing and maintaining boundaries, clinging and dependent behavior , people pleasing and difficulty achieving success in the world.
  50. 50. £25
  51. 51. What are some symptoms of co- dependency?
  52. 52. What are some symptoms of co- dependency? A Been attracted by objects , technology and other non alive things like these. B Been completely opposed to family and friends' affairs, fighting for personal self- determination. C Been addicted to people, feeling trapped in abusive controlling relationships, having low self-esteem, needing constant approval or support from others, needing some outside stimulation to distract you from your feelings, feeling like a martyr.. D Being completely fool about games and sports, even jumping off cliffs to attend a game!
  53. 53. What are some symptoms of co- dependency? A Been attracted by objects , technology and other non alive things like these. B Been completely opposed to family and friends' affairs, fighting for personal self- determination. C Been addicted to people, feeling trapped in abusive controlling relationships, having low self-esteem, needing constant approval or support from others, needing some outside stimulation to distract you from your feelings, feeling like a martyr D Being completely fool about games and sports, even jumping off cliffs to attend a game!
  54. 54. £28
  55. 55. What is the percent of Americans suffering co-dependency?
  56. 56. What is the percent of Americans suffering co-dependency? A Approximately 98 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency. B Approximately 40 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency. C Approximately 60 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency. D Approximately 28 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency.
  57. 57. What is the percent of Americans suffering co-dependency? A Approximately 98 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency. B Approximately 40 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency. C Approximately 60 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency. D Approximately 28 per cent of Americans suffer from symptoms of co-dependency.
  58. 58. £30
  59. 59. How is development trauma caused?
  60. 60. How is development trauma caused? A By heavy pampering when the individual is a baby. B By energetic disconnections between children and their mothers which are either too long or too frequent. C By forgetting to change diapers as frequently as needed. D By asking the baby to exert herculean and inordinate efforts.
  61. 61. How is development trauma caused? A By heavy pampering when the individual is a baby. B By energetic disconnections between children and their mothers which are either too long or too frequent. C By forgetting to change diapers as frequently as needed. D By asking the baby to exert herculean and inordinate efforts
  62. 62. £40
  63. 63. What is the effect of development trauma?
  64. 64. What is the effect of development trauma? A It causes a severe case of gigantism observed mainly in the baby’s feet. B It prevents the appearance of secondary sexual markers in the individual causing a severe psychic disorder. C It is very conspicuous in the individual’s voice, which is very well attuned to all kind of situations but mainly to emergency ones. D It prevents the completion of secure bonding which delays the psychological birth of the child, which ideally, should be completed between one and three years of age.
  65. 65. What is the effect of development trauma? A It causes a severe case of gigantism observed mainly in the baby’s feet. B It prevents the appearance of secondary sexual markers in the individual causing a severe psychic disorder. C It is very conspicuous in the individual’s voice, which is very well attuned to all kind of situations but mainly to emergency ones- D It prevents the completion of secure bonding which delays the psychological birth of the child, which ideally, should be completed between one and three years of age.
  66. 66. £50
  67. 67. Is there a development replay later in life which could alleviate co- dependency?
  68. 68. Is there a development replay later in life which could alleviate co- dependency? A No, there is no chance to alleviate the problem, It is a problem which is impossible to reverse but can be treated by a licensed psychologist. B Yes, it occurs between ages twelve and sixteen and if not completed it is carried on into adulthood and continues to disrupt the person’s relationships and families. C Yes, it can be alleviated but it requires lots of money, time and almost a complete dedication, night and day, to make a dent on it. D Yes, it can be alleviated between the ages of twelve and sixteen and it requires pampering and regaling the individual in order to forget co- dependency and substitute it with a feeling of self assurance.
  69. 69. Is there a development replay later in life which could alleviate co- dependency? A No, there is no chance to alleviate the problem, It is a problem which is impossible to reverse but can be treated by a licensed psychologist. B Yes, it occurs between ages twelve and sixteen and if not completed it is carried on into adulthood and continues to disrupt the person’s relationships and families C Yes, it can be alleviated but it requires lots of money, time and almost a complete dedication, night and day, to make a dent on it D Yes, it can be alleviated between the ages of twelve and sixteen and it requires pampering and .regaling the individual in order to forget co-dependency and substitute it with a feeling of self assurance.

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