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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Negative feelings are not implied during forgiveness to have which outcome?
(a) Be justified the unfaithful partner.
(b) Be accepted by both partners.
(c) Be replaced by positive feelings.
(d) Be forgotten with the affair.
2. Forgiveness can be described in which way?
(a) As a need.
(b) As a reality.
(c) As an outcome.
(d) As a process.
3. If forgiveness is offered too quickly, how can it affect the individual?
(a) It can affect their personal identity.
(b) It can damage their self-esteem.
(c) It can trigger childhood memories.
(d) It can deepen the pain of the affair.
4. Chapter seven is divided into sections based on which two skills?
(a) Talking and listening.
(b) Forgiving and forgetting.
(c) Acknowledging and accepting.
(d) Communicating and understanding.
5. How should children connect with others?
6. 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.
7. For whom must forgiveness occur?
(a) For themselves and the lover.
(b) For their partner and themselves.
(c) For the lover and their partner.
(d) For their parents and their partner.
8. What could define the way a person listens?
(a) Childhood experiences.
(b) Emotional state.
(c) Prior assumptions.
(d) Role in the affair.
9. Who do children need to value in their lives?
(b) Their parents.
(c) Their friends.
(d) Their siblings.
10. Adults who lack self-discipline often did not have which childhood experience?
(a) Love from their parents shown.
(b) Consequences for their actions explained.
(c) Freedom to explore new ideas granted.
(d) Realistic boundaries enforced.
11. How many essential childhood experiences are identified by the text?
12. 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 avoid the hurt partner fearing the affair is continuing.
(c) To prove the marriage is worth salvaging.
(d) To regain sexual intimacy with the hurt partner.
13. According to scientific studies and contrary to conventional beliefs, how is forgiveness viewed for the individual?
(a) Important for mental stability.
(b) Necessary for emotional healing.
(c) Not always good for them.
(d) Difficult to achieve.
14. A partner may refuse to discuss the affair because of which false assumption?
(a) It will bring additional pain into the marriage.
(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 cause deeper wounds in the relationship.
15. 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 record details of each conversation.
(d) A physical agreement to forgive and forget the affair.
Short Answer Questions
1. A list is provided in Chapter 8 to help people understand the common areas of shame associated with which of the following?
2. Future affairs will not be likely to occur if which action is taken?
3. A hurt partner may believe their unfaithful partner is intentionally trying to achieve which task instead of changing for good?
4. According to Chapter 6, how can trust be restored in a person?
5. Forgiveness involves mental development and occurs in which timeframe?
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