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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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.
2. After an emotional confrontation, how do women typically feel?
(a) More likely to forgive.
(b) More intimate with their partner.
(c) More vulnerable to pain.
(d) More accepting of the affair.
3. What will happen to conflict after forgiveness?
(a) It may be avoided.
(b) It will not be eliminated.
(c) It could increase.
(d) It should dissipate.
4. 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.
5. The process of talking could be different for each partner based on which reality?
6. Why do unfaithful partners feel pressure to perform sex at a high satisfactory level with their partner?
(a) To compensate for the loss of the lover.
(b) To regain sexual intimacy with the hurt partner.
(c) To prove the marriage is worth salvaging.
(d) To avoid the hurt partner fearing the affair is continuing.
7. While attempting to empathize with their female partners, men often feel which emotion?
8. According to Chapter 6, how can trust be restored in a person?
(a) Addressing the root causes of the affair.
(b) Recommitting fully to the relationship.
(c) Changing personal behavior to display trustworthiness.
(d) Cutting off all communication to the lover.
9. Developing realistic expectations of sex involves examining assumptions regarding which emotion?
10. How is masturbation viewed by the text?
(a) A normal behavior.
(b) An individual preference.
(c) A sign of dissatisfaction.
(d) Indicative of marital stress.
11. If a hurt partner remains committed to impossibly high standards, they most likely missed out on which childhood experience?
(a) Letting go and having fun.
(b) Exploring new relationships.
(c) Bonding with their friends.
(d) Spending time with their parents.
12. If forgiveness is offered too quickly, how can it affect the individual?
(a) It can damage their self-esteem.
(b) It can trigger childhood memories.
(c) It can affect their personal identity.
(d) It can deepen the pain of the affair.
13. Many people erroneously feel that their partners should be able to sense which of the following?
(a) Their demands.
(b) Their frustration.
(c) Their hurt.
(d) Their needs.
14. Which is an example of a behavior that may take a considerable toll on a partner?
(a) Allowing an inspection of credit card statements.
(b) Returning from work in a timely manner.
(c) Making daily telephone calls.
(d) Writing down detailed travel itineraries.
15. What is the process of assaulting a partner with verbal abuse?
Short Answer Questions
1. According to scientific studies and contrary to conventional beliefs, how is forgiveness viewed for the individual?
2. The majority of the blame for an affair belongs to whom?
3. The genuine intention of an individual may be lost if the partner feels the behavior is only occurring for which reason?
4. An individual could mistakenly assume that listening gives their partner freedom to act with which emotion?
5. Why do some partners mistakenly believe that verbal abuse must be accepted?
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