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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to scientific studies and contrary to conventional beliefs, how is forgiveness viewed for the individual?
(a) Not always good for them.
(b) Necessary for emotional healing.
(c) Difficult to achieve.
(d) Important for mental stability.
2. Who do children need to value in their lives?
(a) Their parents.
(b) Their siblings.
(c) Their friends.
3. A graph is provided for couples to chart behaviors that can be preformed in which timeframe?
4. Children who did not express themselves growing up were often treated in which way by their parents?
(a) Told to sit down.
(b) Told to behave.
(c) Told to be quiet.
(d) Told to go to their room.
5. How does the book view sex tools?
(a) Integral to maintaining the excitement in intimacy.
(b) Dangerous if used only with the lover.
(c) Unnecessary if the marriage is working.
(d) Healthy if acceptable to both partners.
6. Avoiding change results from which type of block experienced by the person?
7. Developing realistic expectations of sex involves examining assumptions regarding which emotion?
8. How does the text refer to childhood experiences?
(a) Formative development years.
(b) Critical growth experiences.
(c) Important relationship history.
(d) Key stages of life.
9. A hurt partner may believe their unfaithful partner is intentionally trying to achieve which task instead of changing for good?
10. The author uses the term 'flip-flop' to describe which factor?
(a) Viewing the damage as irreversible.
(b) Redefining negative traits as positive.
(c) Understanding why hurt partners decide to cheat.
(d) Explaining the repeated return of the lover.
11. According to Chapter 6, how can trust be restored in a person?
(a) Cutting off all communication to the lover.
(b) Recommitting fully to the relationship.
(c) Changing personal behavior to display trustworthiness.
(d) Addressing the root causes of the affair.
12. A partner may refuse to discuss the affair because of which false assumption?
(a) It will cause deeper wounds in the relationship.
(b) It will not be taken seriously by the hurt partner.
(c) It will send the unfaithful partner back to the lover.
(d) It will bring additional pain into the marriage.
13. The genuine intention of an individual may be lost if the partner feels the behavior is only occurring for which reason?
(a) Because the affair was ended.
(b) Because they did not want to hurt the children.
(c) Because they were asked to change.
(d) Because their marriage was damaged.
14. An individual could mistakenly assume that listening gives their partner freedom to act with which emotion?
15. Why do unfaithful partners feel pressure to perform sex at a high satisfactory level with their partner?
(a) To compensate for the loss of the lover.
(b) To avoid the hurt partner fearing the affair is continuing.
(c) To prove the marriage is worth salvaging.
(d) To regain sexual intimacy with the hurt partner.
Short Answer Questions
1. The responsibility for the shortcomings in a marriage belongs to whom?
2. If sexual desires change, couples may assume this will lead to which outcome?
3. If the unfaithful partner is not interested in sex, the hurt partner may assume which possibility?
4. Which term is used to describe the refusal of one partner to discuss the affair?
5. In addition to feeling safe, children also need to feel which emotion?
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