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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 send the unfaithful partner back to the lover.
(c) It will not be taken seriously by the hurt partner.
(d) It will bring additional pain into the marriage.
2. How should children connect with others?
3. An accident or illness are examples of which root cause of an affair?
(a) Unfair circumstances.
(b) Childhood experiences.
(c) Critical life events.
(d) Fear of losing a partner.
4. If a childhood experience is missing from a person's life, the person will compensate with patterned, negative behavior referred to with which term?
5. Avoiding change results from which type of block experienced by the person?
6. The majority of the blame for an affair belongs to whom?
(a) The unfaithful partner.
(b) The hurt partner.
(c) Both partners.
(d) The lover.
7. For whom must forgiveness occur?
(a) For themselves and the lover.
(b) For their parents and their partner.
(c) For the lover and their partner.
(d) For their partner and themselves.
8. What does the first part of chapter six focus on?
(a) Reasons why a partner is untrustworthy.
(b) Methods to change behavior.
(c) How to control the unfaithful partner.
(d) Overcoming resistance to change.
9. According to Chapter 6, how can trust be restored in a person?
(a) Recommitting fully to the relationship.
(b) Changing personal behavior to display trustworthiness.
(c) Addressing the root causes of the affair.
(d) Cutting off all communication to the lover.
10. Couples often assume that sexual desire should be experienced in which way by each partner?
(a) With the same duration.
(b) With the same frequency.
(c) With the same fantasies.
(d) With the same intensity.
11. Analyzing childhood experiences can lead to which result in a marriage?
(a) A deep-rooted fear of losing a child.
(b) A partner having an affair.
(c) A better understanding of relationship problems.
(d) A comparison to the happiness of their parents.
12. Chapter 9 concludes with a document that is meant to help a couple in which way?
(a) A physical agreement to forgive and forget the affair.
(b) A physical agreement to disclose all details about the lover.
(c) A physical agreement to move forward in rebuilding the relationship.
(d) A physical agreement to record details of each conversation.
13. How does the book describe the process of changing behavior?
14. Future affairs will not be likely to occur if which action is taken?
(a) The underlying causes are examined and corrected.
(b) The hurt partner works to regain self-esteem.
(c) The unfaithful partner changes careers.
(d) The reasons for the affair are discussed with the lover.
15. When trust has been destroyed, which emotion is logically prevalent?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many blocks to change does the text address in chapter six?
2. Behaviors that build trust are divided in the book into two categories based on which factor?
3. Which topic is often-overlooked in discussing extramarital affairs?
4. Why do unfaithful partners feel pressure to perform sex at a high satisfactory level with their partner?
5. While attempting to empathize with their female partners, men often feel which emotion?
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