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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. If the unfaithful partner feels committed to the lover, how could this affect their feelings about the affair?
(a) They may be angry.
(b) They may not want to reconnect.
(c) They may not feel guilty.
(d) They may feel distracted.
2. How many psychological reactions, which can be experienced by the unfaithful partner after the discovery of the affair, does the book address?
3. After the affair is discovered, how does the unfaithful partner typically react to the repeated lying in which they had been engaging?
(a) They invent new ways to lie.
(b) They teach their children how to lie.
(c) They grow tired of lying.
(d) They enjoy the thrill of lying.
4. How do children typically respond to the unfaithful partner?
(a) With compassion.
(b) With acceptance.
(c) With anger.
(d) With fear.
5. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
(a) They are stronger.
(b) They are committed.
(c) They are incompatible.
(d) They are dysfunctional.
6. Basic goals and new boundaries should be decided on by whom?
(a) Both partners.
(b) The hurt partner and the marriage counselor.
(c) The unfaithful partner and a religious leader.
(d) The partners and the lover.
7. The feeling of romantic love can lead the unfaithful partner to take which action?
(a) Continue the affair after recommiting to the partner.
(b) Choose the lover over the hurt partner.
(c) Begin a new affair with another lover.
(d) Decide not to disclose the affair.
8. How many reasons does the book address that could explain a lack of guilt on the part of the unfaithful partner?
9. Using mental time projection will help the partners accomplish which task?
(a) Let go of past infidelities.
(b) Focus on the rebuilding process.
(c) Forgive the unfaithful partner.
(d) Rekindle their sexual intimacy.
10. An affair, as described by the book, may not always include which behavior?
(a) Feelings of betrayal.
(b) Breach of trust.
(c) Sexual intercourse.
(d) Keeping secrets.
11. If a hurt partner attempts to win back the unfaithful partner, what is the psychological effect on the hurt partner?
(a) They lose their sense of self-respect.
(b) They are angry at the lover.
(c) They lose their will to try in the relationship.
(d) They are devastated by the affair.
12. If the hurt partner chooses to remain with the unfaithful partner even though the relationship is dysfunctional, which term described this type of love?
13. The introduction addresses which of these questions?
(a) How long did it take to write the book?
(b) Who is the book written for?
(c) When was the book written?
(d) When was the book written?
14. What is the second phase of post-affair healing?
(a) Deciding whether to separate or stay together.
(b) Moving the unfaithful partner out of the house.
(c) Working to recommit on an intimate level.
(d) Telling the children about the affair.
15. If the expectations of love and marriage are not modified, they can lead to which type of relationship?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why would the hurt partner feel as if they are disposable?
2. After an affair is discovered, how is the personal identity of hurt partner affected?
3. The most fundamental situation faced by the partners in a marriage post-affair is which of the following?
4. Warning signs that the unfaithful partner is likely to pursue future affairs include which behavior?
5. When friends and family withdraw from the unfaithful partner, who can provide a temporary substitute?
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