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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Chapter seven is divided into sections based on which two skills?
2. When trust has been destroyed, which emotion is logically prevalent?
3. The genuine intention of an individual may be lost if the partner feels the behavior is only occurring for which reason?
4. According to scientific studies and contrary to conventional beliefs, how is forgiveness viewed for the individual?
5. Forgiveness can be described in which way?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is intimate talk necessary to learn?
2. How can trust in a relationship be restored?
3. In Chapter 6, the author recommends a graph for what reason?
4. If an individual is working to forgive, how can they address the negative behaviors of their partner?
5. As discussed in Chapter 9, why are there hazards associated with forgiveness?
6. What should happen with behaviors that violate trust in a relationship?
7. What crucial skill is addressed in detail in Chapter 7?
8. What experience can influence an individual's ability to engage in intimate talk and intimate listening?
9. What are the assumptions couples make about orgasms?
10. How can history repeat itself through children of unfaithful parents growing up to be unfaithful adults?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
A hurt partner can choose whether or not to forgive the unfaithful partner.
How does the process of forgiveness align with the losses experienced by the hurt partner?
Cite three examples.
Essay Topic 2
The author provides physical documents that couples are advised to fill out and sign to establish a public record of their commitment to the marriage. Choose one of these documents and explain its overall purpose and its relevancy in rebuilding the relationship.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast five responses on the part of the hurt partner vs. the unfaithful partner after the disclosure of an affair.
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