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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Listening to complaints does not equate to which behavior?
2. What does the first part of chapter six focus on?
(a) Reasons why a partner is untrustworthy.
(b) How to control the unfaithful partner.
(c) Overcoming resistance to change.
(d) Methods to change behavior.
3. Analyzing childhood experiences can lead to which result in a marriage?
(a) A better understanding of relationship problems.
(b) A comparison to the happiness of their parents.
(c) A partner having an affair.
(d) A deep-rooted fear of losing a child.
4. In addition to feeling safe, children also need to feel which emotion?
5. An individual could mistakenly assume that listening gives their partner freedom to act with which emotion?
6. Which is an assumption about sexual intimacy by many couples?
(a) It should come easily and naturally.
(b) It could be regained in a relationship.
(c) It will decrease during the marriage.
(d) It would be more exciting with a lover.
7. If a hurt partner remains committed to impossibly high standards, they most likely missed out on which childhood experience?
(a) Exploring new relationships.
(b) Bonding with their friends.
(c) Letting go and having fun.
(d) Spending time with their parents.
8. Partners may feel that it is unacceptable to take which action?
(a) Discuss the affair openly.
(b) Demand the lover is banished.
(c) Ask directly for love.
(d) Force their partner to change.
9. If the unfaithful partner is not interested in sex, the hurt partner may assume which possibility?
(a) A lack of sexual ability.
(b) The affair is continuing.
(c) Their marriage is over.
(d) A change in sexual desires.
10. 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.
11. Forgiveness should not be offered in which way?
(a) Passionately and fully.
(b) Tentatively and earnestly.
(c) Freely and unconditionally.
(d) Openly and honestly.
12. Why do some partners mistakenly believe that verbal abuse must be accepted?
(a) It is deserved by the unfaithful partner.
(b) It is part of their personality.
(c) It is how their parents treated them.
(d) It is justified after the affair.
13. What is the root cause of the majority of marital dysfunction?
(a) Incompatable personalities.
(b) Extramarital affairs.
(c) Financial disagreements.
(d) Failure to communicate.
14. If sexual desires change, couples may assume this will lead to which outcome?
(a) Decrease in sexual intimacy.
(b) Avoiding sex.
(c) Unrealistic expectations.
(d) Hurt feelings.
15. A list is provided in Chapter 8 to help people understand the common areas of shame associated with which of the following?
(a) Their fantasies.
(b) Their desires.
(c) Their expectations.
(d) Their bodies.
Short Answer Questions
1. A partner may refuse to discuss the affair because of which false assumption?
2. For whom must forgiveness occur?
3. Why are many individuals prevented from forgiving?
4. How many essential childhood experiences are identified by the text?
5. How is masturbation viewed by the text?
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