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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The author of the book can be described in which way?
(a) A man with a medical degree.
(b) A woman with an advanced degree.
(c) A man with a religious background.
(d) A woman with no formal training.
2. The intense attachment a hurt partner may feel towards the unfaithful partner could override which of the following?
3. If an affair is not completely understood, the unfaithful partner may react in which way?
(a) They may have another affair.
(b) They may not abandon their lover.
(c) They may disengage from the marriage.
(d) They may leave the hurt partner.
4. The introduction addresses which of these questions?
(a) Who is the book written for?
(b) How long did it take to write the book?
(c) When was the book written?
(d) When was the book written?
5. Why is the personal identity of a hurt partner affected by an affair?
(a) Their identity is invested in their intimate relationship.
(b) Their identity and self-worth are tied to their sexuality.
(c) Their identity is regulated solely by their own beliefs.
(d) Their identity is defined by their partner and children.
6. Who is the book's primary audience?
(a) A lover who wants to beging a new relationship outside the affair.
(b) An unfaithful partner who is unsure about the status of their marriage.
(c) A hurt partner who wants to get even with the unfaithful partner.
(d) A couple who want to rebuild their relationship after an affair.
7. After closer examination, the rationalizations used by the unfaithful partner to justify the affair often can be described in which way?
8. Basic goals and new boundaries should be decided on by whom?
(a) The partners and the lover.
(b) The unfaithful partner and a religious leader.
(c) The hurt partner and the marriage counselor.
(d) Both partners.
9. If a couple does not adequately communicate their desires and needs, they may begin to view each other in which way?
10. 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 advise a couple on how to regain sexual intimacy.
(d) To help a couple survive an affair.
11. If the hurt partner chooses to remain with the unfaithful partner even though the relationship is dysfunctional, which term described this type of love?
12. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
(a) They are committed.
(b) They are incompatible.
(c) They are dysfunctional.
(d) They are stronger.
13. How do children typically respond to the unfaithful partner?
(a) With anger.
(b) With compassion.
(c) With acceptance.
(d) With fear.
14. When some hurt partners discover the affair, they feel an emotional toll equal or greater to which event?
(a) Losing a child.
(b) Being fired from a job.
(c) Being raped.
(d) Getting into a car accident.
15. One partner may assume that the relationship is in which state?
(a) Damaged beyond repair.
(b) Stale and unable to move forward.
(c) Deeply flawed and dysfunctional.
(d) Unrecognizable from its origins.
Short Answer Questions
1. The basic premise of the book assumes the readers have made which decision about their relationship?
2. Men distract themselves with external events when dealing with an unfaithful partner while women react in which way?
3. Who is the book's secondary audience?
4. How many psychological reactions, which can be experienced by the unfaithful partner after the discovery of the affair, does the book address?
5. The bulk of the book is dedicated to which topic?
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