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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Children who did not express themselves growing up were often treated in which way by their parents?
(a) Told to behave.
(b) Told to be quiet.
(c) Told to sit down.
(d) Told to go to their room.
2. If one of their parents was unfaithful, a person will most likely exhibit which behavior?
(a) Become an unfaithful partner in their marriage.
(b) Seek out a partner who will commit equally.
(c) Avoid an affair at all cost.
(d) Refuse to enter a relationship.
3. Avoiding change results from which type of block experienced by the person?
4. Intimate listening can be described as which skill?
(a) Agreeing with what your partner is saying.
(b) Accepting what your partner is explaining.
(c) Hearing what your partner is trying to tell you.
(d) Understanding what your partner is experiencing.
5. Adults who lack self-discipline often did not have which childhood experience?
(a) Consequences for their actions explained.
(b) Freedom to explore new ideas granted.
(c) Love from their parents shown.
(d) Realistic boundaries enforced.
6. If a hurt partner remains committed to impossibly high standards, they most likely missed out on which childhood experience?
(a) Spending time with their parents.
(b) Letting go and having fun.
(c) Exploring new relationships.
(d) Bonding with their friends.
7. 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) Both partners.
(c) The hurt partner.
(d) The lover.
8. Which is an assumption about sexual intimacy by many couples?
(a) It could be regained in a relationship.
(b) It would be more exciting with a lover.
(c) It should come easily and naturally.
(d) It will decrease during the marriage.
9. Couples often assume that sexual desire should be experienced in which way by each partner?
(a) With the same frequency.
(b) With the same duration.
(c) With the same intensity.
(d) With the same fantasies.
10. The author uses the term 'flip-flop' to describe which factor?
(a) Redefining negative traits as positive.
(b) Viewing the damage as irreversible.
(c) Explaining the repeated return of the lover.
(d) Understanding why hurt partners decide to cheat.
11. A hurt partner may believe their unfaithful partner is intentionally trying to achieve which task instead of changing for good?
12. How many blocks to change does the text address in chapter six?
13. What is the process of assaulting a partner with verbal abuse?
14. If forgiveness is offered too quickly, how can it affect the individual?
(a) It can deepen the pain of the affair.
(b) It can damage their self-esteem.
(c) It can trigger childhood memories.
(d) It can affect their personal identity.
15. Why do some partners mistakenly believe that verbal abuse must be accepted?
(a) It is how their parents treated them.
(b) It is justified after the affair.
(c) It is deserved by the unfaithful partner.
(d) It is part of their personality.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the root cause of the majority of marital dysfunction?
2. How do most unfaithful partners describe sex with their lover?
3. Listening to complaints does not equate to which behavior?
4. A partner may refuse to discuss the affair because of which false assumption?
5. Forgiveness can be described in which way?
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