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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The overall length of the introduction can be described with which term?
(d) Varies by edition.
2. A person contemplating an extramarital affair will most likely view this book in which way?
(a) Insulting and wrong.
(b) Long and not applicable.
(c) Judgmental and tedious.
(d) Helpful and enlightening.
3. Which term does the book use to describe the partner who is involved in the affair?
4. The author of the book can be described in which way?
(a) A woman with an advanced degree.
(b) A man with a medical degree.
(c) A woman with no formal training.
(d) A man with a religious background.
5. If the expectations of love and marriage are not modified, they can lead to which type of relationship?
Short Answer Questions
1. Relationships can be repaired if both partners react in which way?
2. Who is the book's primary audience?
3. A loss of sense of purpose can lead to which outcome for the hurt partner?
4. On what are relationships based?
5. The negative reactions of friends and family can enhance which feeling for the unfaithful partner?
Short Essay Questions
1. As discussed in Chapter 4, Is is possible to repair a marriage post-affair?
2. How does the text address gender-typical reactions in Chapter 1?
3. Why could an unfaithful partner feel a lack of guilt about the affair?
4. Why do couples often feel they are incompatible?
5. What methods do unfaithful partners use to hide from deeper emotional issues that may be tied to the affair?
6. Why do family members find it difficult to support a hurt partner during their time of crisis after the discovery of an affair?
7. What steps does the author take to minimize emotionally-charged labels associated with the affair?
8. Why do hurt partners blame God for their suffering?
9. When an affair is discovered, what is the effect on the hurt partner?
10. Why is it necessary for an affair to be understood?
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