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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Intimate listening can be described as which skill?
(a) Agreeing with what your partner is saying.
(b) Hearing what your partner is trying to tell you.
(c) Understanding what your partner is experiencing.
(d) Accepting what your partner is explaining.
2. If a childhood experience is missing from a person's life, the person will compensate with patterned, negative behavior referred to with which term?
3. How many blocks to change does the text address in chapter six?
4. Which topic is often-overlooked in discussing extramarital affairs?
(a) The affair can lead to a stronger marriage.
(b) The marriage usually ends in divorce.
(c) The damage done by an affair is deep.
(d) The passion can be reignited in a marriage.
5. A partner may refuse to discuss the affair because of which false assumption?
(a) It will send the unfaithful partner back to the lover.
(b) It will not be taken seriously by the hurt partner.
(c) It will cause deeper wounds in the relationship.
(d) It will bring additional pain into the marriage.
6. Chapter 9 concludes with a document that is meant to help a couple in which way?
(a) A physical agreement to move forward in rebuilding the relationship.
(b) A physical agreement to disclose all details about the lover.
(c) A physical agreement to forgive and forget the affair.
(d) A physical agreement to record details of each conversation.
7. Forgiveness should not be offered in which way?
(a) Freely and unconditionally.
(b) Openly and honestly.
(c) Tentatively and earnestly.
(d) Passionately and fully.
8. If one of their parents was unfaithful, a person will most likely exhibit which behavior?
(a) Seek out a partner who will commit equally.
(b) Avoid an affair at all cost.
(c) Refuse to enter a relationship.
(d) Become an unfaithful partner in their marriage.
9. How should behaviors that detract from trust be addressed?
(a) They should be eliminated.
(b) They should be ignored.
(c) They should be analyzed.
(d) They should be embraced.
10. According to scientific studies and contrary to conventional beliefs, how is forgiveness viewed for the individual?
(a) Important for mental stability.
(b) Not always good for them.
(c) Difficult to achieve.
(d) Necessary for emotional healing.
11. Children who did not express themselves growing up were often treated in which way by their parents?
(a) Told to behave.
(b) Told to go to their room.
(c) Told to be quiet.
(d) Told to sit down.
12. 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?
(a) The unfaithful partner.
(b) The lover.
(c) Both partners.
(d) The hurt partner.
13. The majority of the blame for an affair belongs to whom?
(a) Both partners.
(b) The unfaithful partner.
(c) The lover.
(d) The hurt partner.
14. Children need to function in which way?
(b) Without boundaries.
(d) With supervision.
15. Analyzing childhood experiences can lead to which result in a marriage?
(a) A deep-rooted fear of losing a child.
(b) A better understanding of relationship problems.
(c) A comparison to the happiness of their parents.
(d) A partner having an affair.
Short Answer Questions
1. How should children connect with others?
2. Forgiveness involves mental development and occurs in which timeframe?
3. If forgiveness is offered too quickly, how can it affect the individual?
4. Partners may feel that it is unacceptable to take which action?
5. What does the first part of chapter six focus on?
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