Study Assignment-Review Questions on Lesson 7
|______||1.||What does it mean to agree to disagree, and how does it work out in a marriage partnership?|
|______||2.||What does it mean to agree to agree, and how does this work out in a marriage partnership?|
|______||3.||How do you adjust to changes in your marriage situation?|
|______||4.||Compare marriage to a business organization. What principles for “getting along” are common to both?|
|______||5.||What is meant by verbal and mental unity and by unity in feelings and emotions?|
|______||6.||How does disunity affect family life?|
|______||7.||Study illustrations of marriages described in the Bible. What can you learn from these illustrations that will strengthen your marriage?|
Self-Check Test 7
Check your progress.
In the space provided, mark the following statements, “True” or “False.”
Selfishness on the part of one partner can cause disunity and upset emotions in the other.
|______||1.||The principle “agree to disagree” is one which causes the husband-wife relationship to work more smoothly.|
|______||2.||Marriage partners should voluntarily put down individual ways of life and take up a mutual way of life.|
|______||3.||Continuous changes in husband, wife and children require continuous adjustments.|
|______||4.||A marriage needs less and less conscious effort to preserve unity as years go by.|
|______||5.||A constant purpose in marriage should be that of understanding rather than self-justification.|
|______||6.||Two people can use the same words but mean different things.|
|______||7.||Wholesome feelings and emotions are always produced by a clear understanding of the thinking behind the others person’s actions.|
|______||8.||Selfishness on the part of one partner can cause disunity and upset emotions in the other.|
|______||9.||Differing opinions of mother and father will give children a broader and more satisfactory outlook on life.|
|______||10.||It is reasonable to expect a permanent point of perfect adjustment and happiness in marriage.|
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