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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The book urges readers to take an inventory of which aspect of their lives?
(a) Conservations had about faithfulness.
(b) Promises made during wedding vows.
(c) Dreams and goals for the future.
(d) Personal desires and beliefs.
2. How many stages is post-affair healing divided into?
3. What is one of the main purposes of the introduction?
(a) To advise the reader in their relationship.
(b) To create interest in the text.
(c) To establish themes of the book.
(d) To explain how affairs begin.
4. What is the main purpose of the book?
(a) To instruct a couple on how to stay married.
(b) To help a couple survive an affair.
(c) To guide a couple through a divorce.
(d) To advise a couple on how to regain sexual intimacy.
5. If the hurt partner chooses to remain with the unfaithful partner even though the relationship is dysfunctional, which term described this type of love?
6. The overall length of the introduction can be described with which term?
(d) Varies by edition.
7. A person contemplating an extramarital affair will most likely view this book in which way?
(a) Judgmental and tedious.
(b) Helpful and enlightening.
(c) Insulting and wrong.
(d) Long and not applicable.
8. The feeling of romantic love can lead the unfaithful partner to take which action?
(a) Choose the lover over the hurt partner.
(b) Continue the affair after recommiting to the partner.
(c) Begin a new affair with another lover.
(d) Decide not to disclose the affair.
9. What is the first step in post-affair healing?
(a) Discussing the secret nature of the affair.
(b) Managing emotions until feelings can normalize.
(c) Making an appointment to see a marriage counselor.
(d) Discovering the identity of the lover.
10. According to Chapter 3, how should irrational or erroneous thoughts should be treated?
11. If a partner exhibits signs of change, how could the other partner view this change?
(a) As heartfelt and lasting.
(b) As deserved and needed.
(c) As insincere and untrue.
(d) As temporary and only for show.
12. Warning signs that the unfaithful partner is likely to pursue future affairs include which behavior?
(a) An inability to emphathize with the hurt partner.
(b) A lack of communication about their whereabouts.
(c) A tendency to distance themselves from the children.
(d) A pattern of staying late after work.
13. Although many hurt partners feel that 'good things happen to good people,' how does the discovery of the affair affect this sentiment?
(a) They hold tightly to the idea that good things will come their way.
(b) They become aware their partner is not a good person.
(c) They believe they did something wrong to bring on the affair.
(d) They must abandon their common, fundamental beliefs.
14. Using mental time projection will help the partners accomplish which task?
(a) Focus on the rebuilding process.
(b) Let go of past infidelities.
(c) Rekindle their sexual intimacy.
(d) Forgive the unfaithful partner.
15. When hurt partners engage in obsession behaviors, how is this related to the discovery of the affair?
(a) The behaviors are attempts to remember life before the relationship.
(b) The behaviors are attempts to dull pain and reduce anxiety.
(c) The behaviors are attempts to get the attention of the unfaithful partner.
(d) The behaviors are attempts to get even with the lover.
Short Answer Questions
1. If a hurt partner attempts to win back the unfaithful partner, what is the psychological effect on the hurt partner?
2. Negative and destructive thoughts are linked to which psychological effect suffered by the hurt partner?
3. The basic premise of the book assumes the readers have made which decision about their relationship?
4. Connecting with friends and family in the wake of an affair is perceived how by the hurt partner?
5. Women typically view an affair in which way compared with men?
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