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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
(a) They are incompatible.
(b) They are committed.
(c) They are dysfunctional.
(d) They are stronger.
2. The euphoria felt from the affair can be attributed to which reality?
(a) Adrenaline rushes during sex.
(b) Acceptance for personal shortcomings.
(c) Secretive nature of the relationship.
(d) Chemical changes in the brain.
3. When an unfaithful partner returns to find their marriage damaged, they often feel which emotion?
4. A person contemplating an extramarital affair will most likely view this book in which way?
(a) Judgmental and tedious.
(b) Helpful and enlightening.
(c) Insulting and wrong.
(d) Long and not applicable.
5. If an affair is not completely understood, the unfaithful partner may react in which way?
(a) They may disengage from the marriage.
(b) They may leave the hurt partner.
(c) They may have another affair.
(d) They may not abandon their lover.
6. When the relationship with the lover is ended by the unfaithful partner, which emotion typically follows?
7. One partner may assume that the relationship is in which state?
(a) Unrecognizable from its origins.
(b) Stale and unable to move forward.
(c) Damaged beyond repair.
(d) Deeply flawed and dysfunctional.
8. Warning signs that the unfaithful partner is likely to pursue future affairs include which behavior?
(a) A lack of communication about their whereabouts.
(b) A tendency to distance themselves from the children.
(c) An inability to emphathize with the hurt partner.
(d) A pattern of staying late after work.
9. An unfaithful partner may experience which emotion after leaving the lover?
10. If the disenchantment felt in an aging relationship is mismanaged, it can lead to which result?
(a) An extramarital affair.
(b) Temporary separation.
(c) Jealousy and anger.
(d) Bitterness and resentment.
11. How many psychological reactions, which can be experienced by the unfaithful partner after the discovery of the affair, does the book address?
12. After a decision is made, what must the couple do next to rebuild their relationship?
(a) Removing the lover from the picture.
(b) Rebuilding the relationship.
(c) Rekindling romantic feelings.
(d) Holding a recommitment ceremony.
13. 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?
14. What is the second phase of post-affair healing?
(a) Working to recommit on an intimate level.
(b) Telling the children about the affair.
(c) Deciding whether to separate or stay together.
(d) Moving the unfaithful partner out of the house.
15. When hurt partners engage in obsession behaviors, how is this related to the discovery of the affair?
(a) The behaviors are attempts to get even with the lover.
(b) The behaviors are attempts to remember life before the relationship.
(c) The behaviors are attempts to get the attention of the unfaithful partner.
(d) The behaviors are attempts to dull pain and reduce anxiety.
Short Answer Questions
1. All extramarital affairs are viewed in which way by the text?
2. What is one of the main purposes of the introduction?
3. An affair, as described by the book, may not always include which behavior?
4. Who is the book's primary audience?
5. When working through an affair, the majority of the typical concerns are experienced by whom?
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