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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. After closer examination, the rationalizations used by the unfaithful partner to justify the affair often can be described in which way?
2. When friends and family withdraw from the unfaithful partner, who can provide a temporary substitute?
(a) Religous leaders.
(b) Work colleagues.
(c) Professional therapists.
(d) The lover.
3. How do women usually react to the discovery of an affair?
(a) They turn to girlfriends and family for support.
(b) They try to forget about the realities of the affair.
(c) They ignore the explanations of their partner.
(d) They attempt to keep their relationship going.
4. Who is the book's primary audience?
(a) A couple who want to rebuild their relationship after an affair.
(b) A hurt partner who wants to get even with the unfaithful partner.
(c) An unfaithful partner who is unsure about the status of their marriage.
(d) A lover who wants to beging a new relationship outside the affair.
5. Unrealistic expectations are often the result of which experiences?
(b) Unfulfilled dreams.
(c) Previous relationships.
Short Answer Questions
1. Although many hurt partners feel that 'good things happen to good people,' how does the discovery of the affair affect this sentiment?
2. When deciding on the future of their relationship, a couple should consider which effect on the children?
3. Both partners should listen in which way?
4. Which idea is unlikely about the couple working through an extramarital affair?
5. How many psychological reactions, which can be experienced by the unfaithful partner after the discovery of the affair, does the book address?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where do unrealistic expectations of love and marriage come from?
2. How does an unfaithful partner conduct an affair over a period of time, and what is their emotional reaction upon discovery?
3. Who is the book's intended secondary audience?
4. What is the fundamental situation of any marriage post-affair which is addressed by Chapter 4?
5. How does the presence of children in a marriage affect the unfaithful partner in regards to the affair?
6. How does the book address gender-typical reactions in Chapter 2?
7. When an affair is discovered, what is the effect on the hurt partner?
8. How does the author characterize an affair?
9. For whom is the book primarily written?
10. Why is it necessary for an affair to be understood?
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