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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When working through an affair, the majority of the typical concerns are experienced by whom?
(a) The unfaithful partner.
(b) The lover.
(c) Both partners.
(d) The hurt partner.
2. After an affair is discovered, how is the personal identity of hurt partner affected?
(a) It is lost.
(b) It is recreated.
(c) It is improved.
(d) It is stabilized.
3. The intense attachment a hurt partner may feel towards the unfaithful partner could override which of the following?
4. A loss of sense of purpose can lead to which outcome for the hurt partner?
(a) Suicidal thoughts.
(b) Wanting a divorce.
(c) Taking the children.
(d) Withdrawing sexually.
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. After closer examination, the rationalizations used by the unfaithful partner to justify the affair often can be described in which way?
7. When some hurt partners discover the affair, they feel an emotional toll equal or greater to which event?
(a) Being fired from a job.
(b) Being raped.
(c) Getting into a car accident.
(d) Losing a child.
8. As relationships grow, they move into a stage of which type of love?
9. The book urges readers to take an inventory of which aspect of their lives?
(a) Personal desires and beliefs.
(b) Dreams and goals for the future.
(c) Promises made during wedding vows.
(d) Conservations had about faithfulness.
10. Men distract themselves with external events when dealing with an unfaithful partner while women react in which way?
(a) Obsess over the relationship.
(b) Confront the lover.
(c) Disengage from the marriage.
(d) Plan a retreat to discuss the affair.
11. The feeling of romantic love can lead the unfaithful partner to take which action?
(a) Decide not to disclose the affair.
(b) Choose the lover over the hurt partner.
(c) Begin a new affair with another lover.
(d) Continue the affair after recommiting to the partner.
12. Inadequacy in the relationship is felt by whom?
(a) Both male and female hurt partners.
(b) Female hurt partners.
(c) Neither of the hurt partners.
(d) Male hurt partners.
13. One partner may assume that the relationship is in which state?
(a) Unrecognizable from its origins.
(b) Deeply flawed and dysfunctional.
(c) Damaged beyond repair.
(d) Stale and unable to move forward.
14. After a decision is made, what must the couple do next to rebuild their relationship?
(a) Rekindling romantic feelings.
(b) Holding a recommitment ceremony.
(c) Removing the lover from the picture.
(d) Rebuilding the relationship.
15. Basic goals and new boundaries should be decided on by whom?
(a) Both partners.
(b) The unfaithful partner and a religious leader.
(c) The hurt partner and the marriage counselor.
(d) The partners and the lover.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the second phase of post-affair healing?
2. How does the unfaithful partner feel about moving forward in marriage relationship?
3. An affair, as described by the book, may not always include which behavior?
4. The overall length of the introduction can be described with which term?
5. If the unfaithful partner feels committed to the lover, how could this affect their feelings about the affair?
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