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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The unfaithful partner often wants to reconnect in their marriage in order to stop feeling which emotion?
2. Most relationships begin with which emotion?
(a) Deep friendship.
(b) Passionate lust.
(c) Uncontrollable desire.
(d) Romantic love.
3. If the disenchantment felt in an aging relationship is mismanaged, it can lead to which result?
(a) An extramarital affair.
(b) Temporary separation.
(c) Bitterness and resentment.
(d) Jealousy and anger.
4. Why would the hurt partner feel as if they are disposable?
(a) They lose the sense of being special.
(b) They regret the time lost with their partner.
(c) They cannot accurately express their emotions.
(d) They compare themselves to the lover.
5. When friends and family withdraw from the unfaithful partner, who can provide a temporary substitute?
(a) Religous leaders.
(b) Work colleagues.
(c) The lover.
(d) Professional therapists.
6. How many psychological effects on the hurt partner, which occur after the discovery of an affair, does the book address?
7. How does the unfaithful partner feel about moving forward in marriage relationship?
(a) They withdraw.
(b) They are ready.
(c) They are unsure.
(d) They need time.
8. The most fundamental situation faced by the partners in a marriage post-affair is which of the following?
(a) How to regain sexual intimacy.
(b) How to recommit to the marriage.
(c) How to trust again.
(d) How to forgive and forget.
9. A loss of sense of purpose can lead to which outcome for the hurt partner?
(a) Wanting a divorce.
(b) Withdrawing sexually.
(c) Suicidal thoughts.
(d) Taking the children.
10. If a hurt partner attempts to win back the unfaithful partner, what is the psychological effect on the hurt partner?
(a) They are devastated by the affair.
(b) They lose their will to try in the relationship.
(c) They are angry at the lover.
(d) They lose their sense of self-respect.
11. If the unfaithful partner feels committed to the lover, how could this affect their feelings about the affair?
(a) They may not feel guilty.
(b) They may not want to reconnect.
(c) They may feel distracted.
(d) They may be angry.
12. Women typically view an affair in which way compared with men?
(a) Healthy and necessary.
(b) Complicating and difficult.
(c) Sad and lonely.
(d) Fun and distracting.
13. Which term does the book use to describe the partner who is involved in the affair?
14. Why does an affair need to be understood?
(a) It could be the end of the relationship.
(b) It may affect the children too deeply.
(c) The hurt partner may never forget.
(d) The lover may not leave the relationship.
15. After an affair, the marital relationship faces which two options?
(a) Termination or ignorance.
(b) Dissolution or recommitment.
(c) Renogotiation or openness.
(d) Discussion or counseling.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do unfaithful partners typically manage their anxiety?
2. How does chapter number 1 conclude?
3. The euphoria felt from the affair can be attributed to which reality?
4. The person involved in the relationship, but who is not one of the married partners, is termed which of the following?
5. What must occur with the deeper issues felt by the unfaithful partner?
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