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The Coreys identify all of the following as “myths and misconceptions about love,” except

The Coreys identify all of the following as “myths and misconceptions about love,” except for the assertion that

a.love implies constant closeness.

b.we fall in and out of love.

c.love is an active choice.

d.love is exclusive.

 

 

12.Buscaglia criticizes the phrase to “fall in love” and contends that it’s more accurate to say that

a.we grow in love, which implies choice and effort.

b.we must have constant closeness in order to nourish our relationship.

c.we need to passively wait for the right person to come along and sweep us off our feet.

d.when love strikes, it is so powerful that it renders people helpless and unable to control what they do.

 

 

13.An “impaired giver” is a person who

a.has a high need to take care of others, yet little tolerance in accepting what others want to give to them.

b.creates a relationship in which the receiver has a feeling of security.

c.expresses love unselfishly while being aware of meeting his or her own needs.

d.lives up to the fact that love is selfless.

 

 

14.In regard to love and anger,

a.denied or unexpressed anger can lead to the death of a relationship.

b.anger needs to be dealt with in a constructive way before it reaches explosive proportions.

c.love and anger can be compartmentalized, for when you deny your anger; you are nurturing your relationship.

d.they are incompatible.

 

 

15.The following is a barrier to our attempts to give and receive love:

a.the type of message we send to others when we are convinced that nobody could possibly love us.

b.belief that our ability to receive love from others is based primarily on a single trait.

c.imagining that other people have expectations we must meet in order to be loved.

d.all of the above.

 

 

16.A common barrier to loving and being loved is

a.lack of self-love.

b.allowing yourself to be vulnerable.

c.having responsibility toward the person you love.

d.letting go of fear.

 

 

17.As a child, Ann got the message that she needed to be successful in order to be loved. She has a barrier to love which is rooted in the assumption that receiving love from others is based on

a.putting her own needs before others.

b.a single characteristic of her personality.

c.a need for recognition.

d.a belief in her ability to achieve.

 

 

18.A common fear of taking a risk with love is related to

a.the fact that love doesn’t comes with guarantees.

b.fear of rejection and loss.

c.uneasiness with intensity.

d.all of the above.

 

 

19.According to the Coreys, an indirect way of getting clients to express self-appreciation when they are not accustomed to doing so is to

a.have them write a balance sheet stating both their negative and positive points.

b.ask how their best friend would describe them.

c.confront their reluctance.

have them describe their “ideal self.”

 

 

 

20.In The Art of Loving, Erich Fromm describes the condition of self-love within a relationship as

a.having respect for our own integrity and uniqueness.

b.becoming selfless, losing ourselves in the one we love.

c.looking for love in order to feel love for ourselves.

d.having a 50/50 relationship.

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