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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. Forgiveness can be described in which way?
(a) As an outcome.
(b) As a process.
(c) As a reality.
(d) As a need.
2. How many blocks to change does the text address in chapter six?
3. Which is an assumption about sexual intimacy by many couples?
(a) It should come easily and naturally.
(b) It will decrease during the marriage.
(c) It could be regained in a relationship.
(d) It would be more exciting with a lover.
4. How should behaviors that detract from trust be addressed?
(a) They should be ignored.
(b) They should be analyzed.
(c) They should be embraced.
(d) They should be eliminated.
5. How many essential childhood experiences are identified by the text?
Short Answer Questions
1. Women desire what type of support in communication?
2. Why are many individuals prevented from forgiving?
3. Developing realistic expectations of sex involves examining assumptions regarding which emotion?
4. When trust has been destroyed, which emotion is logically prevalent?
5. After an emotional confrontation, how do women typically feel?
Short Essay Questions
1. How can an affair positively affect a marriage?
2. What experience can influence an individual's ability to engage in intimate talk and intimate listening?
3. Why does the author recommend a 'covenant of promises' at the end of Chapter 9?
4. What should happen with behaviors that violate trust in a relationship?
5. What crucial skill is addressed in detail in Chapter 7?
6. Why is intimate talk necessary to learn?
7. In the process of rebuilding trust, what is a couple most likely to come to a stalemate over?
8. As discussed in Chapter 9, why are there hazards associated with forgiveness?
9. What action must the unfaithful partner take for intimate talk to be successful?
10. How does the author describe forgiveness in Chapter 9?
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