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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is one of the main purposes of the introduction?
(a) To establish themes of the book.
(b) To create interest in the text.
(c) To explain how affairs begin.
(d) To advise the reader in their relationship.
2. The introduction addresses which of these questions?
(a) How long did it take to write the book?
(b) When was the book written?
(c) Who is the book written for?
(d) When was the book written?
3. The signs of an affair are often treated in which way by the hurt partner?
(a) They are confronted.
(b) They are explained away.
(c) They are ignored.
(d) They are accepted.
4. If an affair is not completely understood, the unfaithful partner may react in which way?
(a) They may have another affair.
(b) They may leave the hurt partner.
(c) They may not abandon their lover.
(d) They may disengage from the marriage.
5. How do children typically respond to the unfaithful partner?
(a) With anger.
(b) With compassion.
(c) With fear.
(d) With acceptance.
6. What is the second phase of post-affair healing?
(a) Moving the unfaithful partner out of the house.
(b) Deciding whether to separate or stay together.
(c) Telling the children about the affair.
(d) Working to recommit on an intimate level.
7. Which term does the book use to describe the partner who is involved in the affair?
8. Inadequacy in the relationship is felt by whom?
(a) Male hurt partners.
(b) Female hurt partners.
(c) Neither of the hurt partners.
(d) Both male and female hurt partners.
9. After making a difficult decision between the hurt partner and the lover, the unfaithful partner may begin to doubt what about themselves?
(a) Their sexual confidence.
(b) Their personal identity.
(c) Their decision.
(d) Their feelings.
10. How does chapter number 1 conclude?
(a) Discussion of gender-typical reactions of hurt partners.
(b) Listing of behaviors to expect from hurt partners in the future.
(c) Explanation of psychological impacts on the hurt partner.
(d) Comparison of hurt and unfaithful partner rationalizations.
11. What must occur with the deeper issues felt by the unfaithful partner?
(a) They should be ignored.
(b) They must be addressed.
(c) They can be resolved.
(d) They need time to sort out.
12. How do women usually react to the discovery of an affair?
(a) They ignore the explanations of their partner.
(b) They attempt to keep their relationship going.
(c) They turn to girlfriends and family for support.
(d) They try to forget about the realities of the affair.
13. The feeling of romantic love can lead the unfaithful partner to take which action?
(a) Choose the lover over the hurt partner.
(b) Decide not to disclose the affair.
(c) Begin a new affair with another lover.
(d) Continue the affair after recommiting to the partner.
14. What is the main purpose of the book?
(a) To instruct a couple on how to stay married.
(b) To guide a couple through a divorce.
(c) To help a couple survive an affair.
(d) To advise a couple on how to regain sexual intimacy.
15. An affair, as described by the book, may not always include which behavior?
(a) Keeping secrets.
(b) Breach of trust.
(c) Feelings of betrayal.
(d) Sexual intercourse.
Short Answer Questions
1. When an unfaithful partner returns to find their marriage damaged, they often feel which emotion?
2. The book urges readers to take an inventory of which aspect of their lives?
3. On what are relationships based?
4. How does the unfaithful partner feel about moving forward in marriage relationship?
5. Connecting with friends and family in the wake of an affair is perceived how by the hurt partner?
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