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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the first step in post-affair healing?
(a) Making an appointment to see a marriage counselor.
(b) Discussing the secret nature of the affair.
(c) Discovering the identity of the lover.
(d) Managing emotions until feelings can normalize.
2. How do children typically respond to the unfaithful partner?
(a) With compassion.
(b) With anger.
(c) With fear.
(d) With acceptance.
3. An unfaithful partner may experience which emotion after leaving the lover?
4. What is one of the main purposes of the introduction?
(a) To establish themes of the book.
(b) To explain how affairs begin.
(c) To advise the reader in their relationship.
(d) To create interest in the text.
5. How is the religious faith of hurt partners affected after an affair?
(a) They blame God for their suffering.
(b) They convert to a different religion.
(c) They find solace in church.
(d) They reject the sacredness of marriage.
6. One partner may assume that the relationship is in which state?
(a) Stale and unable to move forward.
(b) Unrecognizable from its origins.
(c) Deeply flawed and dysfunctional.
(d) Damaged beyond repair.
7. After making a difficult decision between the hurt partner and the lover, the unfaithful partner may begin to doubt what about themselves?
(a) Their feelings.
(b) Their personal identity.
(c) Their sexual confidence.
(d) Their decision.
8. How many reasons does the book address that could explain a lack of guilt on the part of the unfaithful partner?
9. 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.
10. Both partners should listen in which way?
(a) Without reacting.
(b) Without judgment.
(c) With concentration.
(d) With love.
11. A person contemplating an extramarital affair will most likely view this book in which way?
(a) Insulting and wrong.
(b) Judgmental and tedious.
(c) Long and not applicable.
(d) Helpful and enlightening.
12. When some hurt partners discover the affair, they feel an emotional toll equal or greater to which event?
(a) Being raped.
(b) Being fired from a job.
(c) Getting into a car accident.
(d) Losing a child.
13. The basic premise of the book assumes the readers have made which decision about their relationship?
(a) To analyze the benefits of staying in the relationship.
(b) To make a public relationship with the lover.
(c) To avoid affairs in the future.
(d) To remain committed to the marriage.
14. On what are relationships based?
(a) Family and commitment.
(b) Respect and friendship.
(c) Common goals and desires.
(d) Trust and love.
15. The overall length of the introduction can be described with which term?
(a) Varies by edition.
Short Answer Questions
1. Negative and destructive thoughts are linked to which psychological effect suffered by the hurt partner?
2. The signs of an affair are often treated in which way by the hurt partner?
3. Why does an affair need to be understood?
4. How many psychological reactions, which can be experienced by the unfaithful partner after the discovery of the affair, does the book address?
5. When the relationship with the lover is ended by the unfaithful partner, which emotion typically follows?
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