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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 not abandon their lover.
(c) They may have another affair.
(d) They may leave the hurt partner.
2. Inadequacy in the relationship is felt by whom?
(a) Female hurt partners.
(b) Male hurt partners.
(c) Both male and female hurt partners.
(d) Neither of the hurt partners.
3. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
(a) They are incompatible.
(b) They are committed.
(c) They are stronger.
(d) They are dysfunctional.
4. Connecting with friends and family in the wake of an affair is perceived how by the hurt partner?
(a) Easy and necessary.
(b) Tenuous and slow.
(c) Instant and deep.
(d) Difficult and painful.
5. How does the unfaithful partner feel about moving forward in marriage relationship?
(a) They are ready.
(b) They withdraw.
(c) They are unsure.
(d) They need time.
6. What is the fundamental difference between the hurt and unfaithful partners' reactions to the affair?
(a) The sense of self of the unfaithful partner may have benefited.
(b) The sense of self-respect of the hurt partner may be strengthened.
(c) The personal identity of the hurt partner may be unaffected.
(d) The relgious beliefs of the unfaithful partner may be devastated.
7. The overall length of the introduction can be described with which term?
(b) Varies by edition.
8. Why does an affair need to be understood?
(a) It may affect the children too deeply.
(b) The hurt partner may never forget.
(c) The lover may not leave the relationship.
(d) It could be the end of the relationship.
9. An affair, as described by the book, may not always include which behavior?
(a) Breach of trust.
(b) Sexual intercourse.
(c) Feelings of betrayal.
(d) Keeping secrets.
10. Unrealistic expectations are often the result of which experiences?
(a) Unfulfilled dreams.
(c) Previous relationships.
11. A loss of sense of purpose can lead to which outcome for the hurt partner?
(a) Withdrawing sexually.
(b) Suicidal thoughts.
(c) Wanting a divorce.
(d) Taking the children.
12. A person contemplating an extramarital affair will most likely view this book in which way?
(a) Judgmental and tedious.
(b) Long and not applicable.
(c) Insulting and wrong.
(d) Helpful and enlightening.
13. If the expectations of love and marriage are not modified, they can lead to which type of relationship?
14. If the unfaithful partner feels committed to the lover, how could this affect their feelings about the affair?
(a) They may not want to reconnect.
(b) They may not feel guilty.
(c) They may be angry.
(d) They may feel distracted.
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. Why is the personal identity of a hurt partner affected by an affair?
2. When deciding on the future of their relationship, a couple should consider which effect on the children?
3. The bulk of the book is dedicated to which topic?
4. After a decision is made, what must the couple do next to rebuild their relationship?
5. The book presents a bulleted list of which type of expectations of love and marriage?
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