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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Analyzing childhood experiences can lead to which result in a marriage?
(a) A comparison to the happiness of their parents.
(b) A partner having an affair.
(c) A better understanding of relationship problems.
(d) A deep-rooted fear of losing a child.
2. 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.
3. If a hurt partner remains committed to impossibly high standards, they most likely missed out on which childhood experience?
(a) Bonding with their friends.
(b) Spending time with their parents.
(c) Letting go and having fun.
(d) Exploring new relationships.
4. How do most unfaithful partners describe sex with their lover?
(a) Dangerous or bold.
(b) Fulfilling or passionate.
(c) Awkward or unsatisfying.
(d) Routine or bland.
5. What is the process of assaulting a partner with verbal abuse?
6. How should children connect with others?
7. The responsibility for the shortcomings in a marriage belongs to whom?
(a) The hurt partner.
(b) Both partners.
(c) The unfaithful partner.
(d) The lover.
8. Forgiveness involves mental development and occurs in which timeframe?
(b) As time goes on.
(d) When the affair ends.
9. How does the text refer to childhood experiences?
(a) Critical growth experiences.
(b) Important relationship history.
(c) Key stages of life.
(d) Formative development years.
10. An accident or illness are examples of which root cause of an affair?
(a) Childhood experiences.
(b) Fear of losing a partner.
(c) Unfair circumstances.
(d) Critical life events.
11. How many essential childhood experiences are identified by the text?
12. What is the root cause of the majority of marital dysfunction?
(a) Extramarital affairs.
(b) Financial disagreements.
(c) Failure to communicate.
(d) Incompatable personalities.
13. The process of talking could be different for each partner based on which reality?
14. How many blocks to change does the text address in chapter six?
15. Avoiding change results from which type of block experienced by the person?
Short Answer Questions
1. While attempting to empathize with their female partners, men often feel which emotion?
2. When trust has been destroyed, which emotion is logically prevalent?
3. Many people erroneously feel that their partners should be able to sense which of the following?
4. Destructive behaviors can be forgiven without which of the following?
5. Couples often assume that sexual desire should be experienced in which way by each partner?
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