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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The feeling of romantic love can lead the unfaithful partner to take which action?
(a) Begin a new affair with another lover.
(b) Continue the affair after recommiting to the partner.
(c) Decide not to disclose the affair.
(d) Choose the lover over the hurt partner.
2. Using mental time projection will help the partners accomplish which task?
(a) Focus on the rebuilding process.
(b) Forgive the unfaithful partner.
(c) Let go of past infidelities.
(d) Rekindle their sexual intimacy.
3. An unfaithful partner may experience which emotion after leaving the lover?
4. The intense attachment a hurt partner may feel towards the unfaithful partner could override which of the following?
5. While hurt female partners typically become depressed, how do male hurt partners typically react?
(a) They become fearful.
(b) They become lonely.
(c) They become angry.
(d) They become sad.
6. A loss of sense of purpose can lead to which outcome for the hurt partner?
(a) Suicidal thoughts.
(b) Taking the children.
(c) Withdrawing sexually.
(d) Wanting a divorce.
7. The unfaithful partner may experience physical changes from romantic love that can be expected to last how long?
(a) When they're with their lover.
(b) The rest of their life.
(c) A short time.
(d) Throughout the affair.
8. How do unfaithful partners typically manage their anxiety?
(a) Attempt to understand the feelings of the hurt partner.
(b) Arrange to see their lover more frequently.
(c) Disengage from the marriage even further.
(d) Become involved in a wide range of activities.
9. A formal announcement by the partners should be made at which stage?
(a) After recommitting to the relationship.
(b) After deciding to divorce.
(c) After working on the relationship for a period of time.
(d) After learning about the affair.
10. One partner may assume that the relationship is in which state?
(a) Stale and unable to move forward.
(b) Deeply flawed and dysfunctional.
(c) Damaged beyond repair.
(d) Unrecognizable from its origins.
11. If an affair is not completely understood, the unfaithful partner may react in which way?
(a) They may not abandon their lover.
(b) They may have another affair.
(c) They may disengage from the marriage.
(d) They may leave the hurt partner.
12. Why would the hurt partner feel as if they are disposable?
(a) They lose the sense of being special.
(b) They compare themselves to the lover.
(c) They cannot accurately express their emotions.
(d) They regret the time lost with their partner.
13. When the relationship with the lover is ended by the unfaithful partner, which emotion typically follows?
14. What is the second phase of post-affair healing?
(a) Telling the children about the affair.
(b) Moving the unfaithful partner out of the house.
(c) Deciding whether to separate or stay together.
(d) Working to recommit on an intimate level.
15. The author of the book can be described in which way?
(a) A woman with no formal training.
(b) A woman with an advanced degree.
(c) A man with a religious background.
(d) A man with a medical degree.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
2. The euphoria felt from the affair can be attributed to which reality?
3. After an affair is discovered, how is the personal identity of hurt partner affected?
4. After making a difficult decision between the hurt partner and the lover, the unfaithful partner may begin to doubt what about themselves?
5. If the unfaithful partner feels committed to the lover, how could this affect their feelings about the affair?
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