After the Affair Test | Final Test - Easy

Janis Abrahms Spring
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Couples often assume that sexual desire should be experienced in which way by each partner?
(a) With the same duration.
(b) With the same intensity.
(c) With the same fantasies.
(d) With the same frequency.

2. Why do some individuals refuse to change?
(a) They are sad.
(b) They are lonely.
(c) They are angry.
(d) They are depressed.

3. How does the book describe the process of changing behavior?
(a) Necessary.
(b) Unavoidable.
(c) Uncomfortable.
(d) Integral.

4. A graph is provided for couples to chart behaviors that can be preformed in which timeframe?
(a) Exponentially.
(b) Eventually.
(c) Immediately.
(d) Step-by-step.

5. How is masturbation viewed by the text?
(a) Indicative of marital stress.
(b) A sign of dissatisfaction.
(c) A normal behavior.
(d) An individual preference.

6. Listening to complaints does not equate to which behavior?
(a) Forgiveness.
(b) Understanding.
(c) Acceptance.
(d) Awareness.

7. If sexual desires change, couples may assume this will lead to which outcome?
(a) Hurt feelings.
(b) Avoiding sex.
(c) Unrealistic expectations.
(d) Decrease in sexual intimacy.

8. A hurt partner may avoid demanding change if they feel it will lead to which situation?
(a) Confrontation.
(b) Abuse.
(c) Rationalization.
(d) Divorce.

9. What could define the way a person listens?
(a) Childhood experiences.
(b) Role in the affair.
(c) Emotional state.
(d) Prior assumptions.

10. A bulleted list is provided in Chapter 9 describing which aspects of forgiveness?
(a) Those needed to heal a marriage.
(b) Those experienced by the hurt partner.
(c) Those unique to each partner.
(d) Those integral to achieving full forgiveness.

11. Negative feelings are not implied during forgiveness to have which outcome?
(a) Be replaced by positive feelings.
(b) Be accepted by both partners.
(c) Be justified the unfaithful partner.
(d) Be forgotten with the affair.

12. Exploring and learning about the affair is achieved through which process?
(a) Open communication.
(b) Forgiving the unfaithful partner.
(c) Intimate talk.
(d) Accepting the affair.

13. How should behaviors that detract from trust be addressed?
(a) They should be eliminated.
(b) They should be analyzed.
(c) They should be ignored.
(d) They should be embraced.

14. What is the root cause of the majority of marital dysfunction?
(a) Financial disagreements.
(b) Extramarital affairs.
(c) Failure to communicate.
(d) Incompatable personalities.

15. If a childhood experience is missing from a person's life, the person will compensate with patterned, negative behavior referred to with which term?
(a) Void.
(b) Schema.
(c) Deficiency.
(d) Illusion.

Short Answer Questions

1. Destructive behaviors can be forgiven without which of the following?

2. Children need to function in which way?

3. Who do children need to value in their lives?

4. If forgiveness is offered too quickly, how can it affect the individual?

5. If sex with the lover was good, the unfaithful partner will assume any problems during sex with the hurt partner is the fault of whom?

(see the answer keys)

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