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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the main purpose of the book?
(a) To advise a couple on how to regain sexual intimacy.
(b) To guide a couple through a divorce.
(c) To instruct a couple on how to stay married.
(d) To help a couple survive an affair.
2. One partner may assume that the relationship is in which state?
(a) Unrecognizable from its origins.
(b) Damaged beyond repair.
(c) Deeply flawed and dysfunctional.
(d) Stale and unable to move forward.
3. If the disenchantment felt in an aging relationship is mismanaged, it can lead to which result?
(a) Bitterness and resentment.
(b) An extramarital affair.
(c) Temporary separation.
(d) Jealousy and anger.
4. After considering the economic impacts of divorce, a couple may come to understand which reality about their relationship?
(a) The need to provide for their children.
(b) The rationale for remaining in the relationship.
(c) The reasoning behind their financial arguments.
(d) The financial burden of the affair.
5. For trust to be regained in a relationship, what must happen?
(a) The hurt partner must have an affair as well.
(b) The root causes of the affair must be eliminated.
(c) The affair must be analyzed from all angles.
(d) The lover must be involved in couples counseling.
6. 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 sexual confidence.
(c) Their personal identity.
(d) Their decision.
7. How does the unfaithful partner feel about moving forward in marriage relationship?
(a) They are unsure.
(b) They need time.
(c) They withdraw.
(d) They are ready.
8. When an unfaithful partner returns to find their marriage damaged, they often feel which emotion?
9. Warning signs that the unfaithful partner is likely to pursue future affairs include which behavior?
(a) A tendency to distance themselves from the children.
(b) An inability to emphathize with the hurt partner.
(c) A pattern of staying late after work.
(d) A lack of communication about their whereabouts.
10. Basic goals and new boundaries should be decided on by whom?
(a) Both partners.
(b) The partners and the lover.
(c) The unfaithful partner and a religious leader.
(d) The hurt partner and the marriage counselor.
11. How should partners treat their unrealistic expectations of love and marriage?
(a) Decide mutually to forget them.
(b) Examine their origins.
(c) Undergo couples counseling.
(d) Critique each others' beliefs.
12. The unfaithful partner often wants to reconnect in their marriage in order to stop feeling which emotion?
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) When was the book written?
(d) Who is the book written for?
14. Why is the personal identity of a hurt partner affected by an affair?
(a) Their identity is regulated solely by their own beliefs.
(b) Their identity and self-worth are tied to their sexuality.
(c) Their identity is defined by their partner and children.
(d) Their identity is invested in their intimate relationship.
15. How many psychological reactions, which can be experienced by the unfaithful partner after the discovery of the affair, does the book address?
Short Answer Questions
1. Women typically view an affair in which way compared with men?
2. The most fundamental situation faced by the partners in a marriage post-affair is which of the following?
3. According to Chapter 3, how should irrational or erroneous thoughts should be treated?
4. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
5. On what are relationships based?
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