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CCOU 305 Quiz 2: Single Sexuality and Marriage Intimacy

Set 1

  1. According to the text, what is the most common form of relationship barrier that can later lead to discord?
  2. In addition to being able to accept pleasure, one must also be able to do what according to the text?
  3. Generally, women report feeling more consistent about what they find stimulating.
  4. Arousal is controlled by the passive branch in a person’s involuntary nervous system.
  5. The freedom to enter, withdraw, and reenter will help a man last longer.
  6. Assuming what type of role can get in the way of the “waves” of a person’s arousal level?
  7. What is the instruction of Ephesians 5?
  8. _________ is responsible for deciding when entry is possible.
  9. The ________ exercise in the ________ position is an effective way to learn for yourself and to communicate to your partner what is stimulating to you.
  10. Affirmation time has the potential to be
  11. Affirmation time is about
  12. There is a specific time that is appropriate for letting go.
  13. Bodily pleasure
  14. According to the text, what is thought to be indicative of intense, but erotic responsiveness that is blocked?
  15. The need for affirmation may change depending on each situation.
  16. According to the text, experiencing _____ without intercourse is an essential part of marriage.
  17. Cleaning-up time has the potential to be a pleasing experience.
  18. Society has emphasized the end goal and fast results more than enjoying the process.
  19. Allowing for a couple’s two worlds to mesh is a total-person process. It involves becoming “one- flesh” that units what according to the book?
  20. A large percentage of women at times experience an expulsion of fluid that is not identified as vaginal fluid.
  21. A woman may have trouble letting go because:
  22. A myth regarding the mechanical approach to stimulation is the three-push-button approach. The text states that this approach assumes what?
  23. Stimulation is universal across all people and situations.
  24. The Bible places specific limitations on sexual behavior within marriage.
  25. Adding pleasure can be obtained by
  26. You must believe that you are valued and deserve to receive pleasure from your spouse.
  27. To fully enjoy each sexual experience, one should
  28. After communicating with your spouse about your differing sexual needs, you
  29. Stimulating and pleasuring
  30. What is the first step to initiate change?
  31. Which of the following is not part of the old wedding cliché in regards to setting the atmosphere?
  32. Maintaining continuous contact with the other person’s skin helps counteract the tendency for what?
  33. When spouses’ expectations differ regarding initiation
  34. If you are a subtle initiator when it comes to lovemaking, it is important that you let your partner communicate and take responsibility to fulfill your desires.
  35. What can hinder sexual satisfaction in marriage?
  36. Special treats can enhance your relationship, unless

Set 2

  1. To fully enjoy each sexual experience, one should
  2. Special treats can enhance your relationship, unless
  3. According to the text, experiencing _____ without intercourse is an essential part of marriage.
  4. According to the text, what is thought to be indicative of intense, but erotic responsiveness that is blocked?
  5. Adding pleasure can be obtained by
  6. Affirmation time has the potential to be
  7. Stimulating and pleasuring
  8. Assuming what type of role can get in the way of the “waves” of a person’s arousal level?
  9. A myth regarding the mechanical approach to stimulation is the three-push-button approach. The text states that this approach assumes what?
  10. Allowing for a couple’s two worlds to mesh is a total-person process. It involves becoming “one-flesh” that units what according to the book?
  11. What can hinder sexual satisfaction in marriage?
  12. The need for affirmation may change depending on each situation.
  13. Maintaining continuous contact with the other person’s skin helps counteract the tendency for what?
  14. Society has emphasized the end goal and fast results more than enjoying the process.
  15. The ________ exercise in the ________ position is an effective way to learn for yourself and to communicate to your partner what is stimulating to you.
  16. _________ is responsible for deciding when entry is possible.
  17. If you are a subtle initiator when it comes to lovemaking, it is important that you let your partner communicate and take responsibility to fulfill your desires.
  18. A large percentage of women at times experience an expulsion of fluid that is not identified as vaginal fluid.
  19. A woman may have trouble letting go because:
  20. Arousal is controlled by the passive branch in a person’s involuntary nervous system.
  21. Generally, women report feeling more consistent about what they find stimulating.
  22. Bodily pleasure
  23. The Bible places specific limitations on sexual behavior within marriage.
  24. What is the first step to initiate change?
  25. You must believe that you are valued and deserve to receive pleasure from your spouse.
  26. Affirmation time is about
  27. There is a specific time that is appropriate for letting go.
  28. Stimulation is universal across all people and situations.
  29. Cleaning-up time has the potential to be a pleasing experience.
  30. When spouses’ expectations differ regarding initiation
  31. Which of the following is not part of the old wedding cliché in regards to setting the atmosphere?
  32. According to the text, what is the most common form of relationship barrier that can later lead to discord?
  33. What is the instruction of Ephesians 5?
  34. After communicating with your spouse about your differing sexual needs, you
  35. The freedom to enter, withdraw, and reenter will help a man last longer.
  36. In addition to being able to accept pleasure, one must also be able to do what according to the text?

 

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