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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part II, Getting to Where You Want to Be, Chapter 9, Dealing with Your Mind and Emotions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Schwartz stresses the importance of ______ one's self.
(a) Not forgetting.
2. As the disease continues to progress, what type of situations must one must expect to increase in occurrence?
(a) Meaningful situations.
(b) Stressful situations.
(c) Scary situations.
(d) Hopeful situations.
3. Schwartz explains that you should accept some doubts about your capacity to perform what action?
(a) Watching your own health decline.
(b) Seeking treatment.
(c) Depending on others.
(d) Changing emotions.
4. The goal of Buber's portrayal in his book is to keep those involved in the relationship from losing what important quality?
5. Schwartz must learn to become more _____ as the disease worsens.
Short Answer Questions
1. What loss is a risk of physical infirmity?
2. What action will make the disease better?
3. Schwartz explains that one should not try to change _________.
4. When seeking help with the disease, Schwartz finally decided to talk to whom?
5. According to Schwartz, instead of doing what we are capable of doing, what do humans do?
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