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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What actions do the authors suggest are central to messing up a relationship?
(a) Silence and disregard.
(b) Oversight and abuse.
(c) Deceit and manipulation.
(d) Hatred and retaliation.

2. According to its title, the third chapter of "Within Ourselves" discusses what kind of "Paradigms"?
(a) Old and New.
(b) Homosexual and Heterosexual.
(c) Young and Old.
(d) Social and Sexual.

3. What do the authors claim is the motivation for their behavior?
(a) Curiosity and ignorance.
(b) Jealousy and lust.
(c) Profits and interest.
(d) Curiosity and interest.

4. In which chapter do the authors state that "intimacy is based on shared vulnerability"?
(a) Exposure.
(b) Conflict.
(c) Contact.
(d) Intimacy.

5. According to the authors, what concept is of the greatest importance?
(a) Mutual consent.
(b) Mutual funds.
(c) Mutual love.
(d) Mutual hatred.

6. According to the authors, in a world that can be opposed to healthy fulfillment, it is important to find one's own what?
(a) Social center.
(b) Ethical center.
(c) Sexual center.
(d) Medical center.

7. In "Owning Your Choices", what do the authors point out that people need to take responsibility for?
(a) Their own finances.
(b) Their own consequences.
(c) Their own emotions.
(d) Their own education.

8. The chapter on "Paradigms" also covers myths about types of relationships that are available to who?
(a) Homosexuals and heterosexuals.
(b) Only sluts.
(c) Sluts and non-sluts.
(d) Only homosexuals.

9. What example of role-play is given in the book to illustrate the concept of boundaries?
(a) Little boy and Mommy.
(b) Little girl and Daddy.
(c) Student and teacher.
(d) Nurse and patient.

10. The authors state that for healthy intimate connections, it is important to ensure that loved ones know that they are what?
(a) Loved.
(b) Special.
(c) Safe.
(d) Alone.

11. What term does the first section of the chapter on "Paradigms" discuss?
(a) Pathological.
(b) Promiscuous.
(c) Addicted.
(d) Innocuous.

12. Which of the following is NOT one of the actions the section called "Poor Baby" emphasizes as acceptable?
(a) To give yourself compassion and comfort.
(b) To spend time with friends.
(c) To feel pity for your lover.
(d) To feel sad or dissatisfied.

13. Which of the following is NOT one of the four parts of the book?
(a) In The World.
(b) Within Ourselves.
(c) In Space.
(d) Between One Another.

14. What do the authors advocate that each individual owns?
(a) His or her own self.
(b) His or her partners' well-being.
(c) His or her partners' emotions.
(d) His or her own safety.

15. What do the authors dispute as being the only aspect of a 'real' relationship?
(a) Decades of fidelity.
(b) Decades of levity.
(c) Decades of sincerity.
(d) Decades of integrity.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the book, conflict is part of every relationship that includes what?

2. In the case of the woman who planned on being housemates with an opposite sex friend, according to the authors, what was the woman's error probably based on?

3. In what section does one of the authors reveal the discovery that "jealousy needn't kill"?

4. How difficult is it for the authors to control their relationships with multiple people?

5. If custodial arrangements are not proactively covered legally, according to the book, what happens?

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