CCOU 305 Exam 3

CCOU 305 Exam 3 Liberty University Answers

Updated 2017

Set 1

  1. Conflict and polarization in marriage may lead to a ____________ block desire.
  2. According to the book, birth control issues can cause some couples anxiety and a hindered sexual experience.
  3. According to Willingham, using the double-edged sword of Scripture to attack shame involves two components of intervention. What are they?
  4. The most critical factor for older couples continuing satisfying sexual activity is the condition of their relationship, not the condition of their hormones.
  5. The Penners recommend that victims of sexual abuse always confront their abusers as part of the healing process.
  6. Penner and Penner define erectile dysfunction as:
  7. The single most common problem reported to the Penners is premature ejaculation.
  8. When treating a man with erectile dysfunction, it is important to recognize that other medical illnesses may be present.
  9. Which type of shame is the hardest to heal?
  10. Which type of shame did we inherit from Adam and Eve?
  11. When working through retraining therapy for premature ejaculation, it is important that the man signal his wife to apply the squeeze several levels before he is about to ejaculate.
  12. Which is the following is not one of the causes of erectile dysfunction discussed in the book:
  13. The Penners recommend which of the following to fall in love again:
  14. Fatigue and stress are examples of a ____________ block desire.
  15. Which desire is most common for women?
  16. Less than ten percent of couples struggle with sexual dysfunction.
  17. Dyspareunia or pain during intercourse is usually of psychological etiology and should not be taken seriously.
  18. In our world of open sexual promiscuity, Christians should separate themselves from the world by becoming more ashamed of their sexuality.
  19. A woman’s sexual appetite is primarily driven by _________.
  20. Which type of shame can be a “good” shame that leads to repentance?
  21. The primary goal in solving disorders of sexual desire is not to solve hormone difficulties, but to experience completeness as a person within the covenant of marriage.
  22. The Penners explain that the book of Song of Solomon encourages couples to stick with the traditional “missionary” position.
  23. The Penners do not recommend hormone replacement or medication as treatments for erectile dysfunction.
  24. When couples are having a hard time with intimacy due to busy lifestyles, the Penners recommend:
  25. Which is the following is not one of the reasons the Penners suggested a male may have a decreased interest in sexual activity in marriage:
  26. Slower arousal times among aging women are generally due to a lack of
  27. Psychological block is often caused by:
  28. The best way to help others overcome sexual shame is to
  29. Sex works best if the man leads.
  30. A husband who ties his wife’s sexual response and desire to his self-esteem creates a healthy relational environment that is more likely to protect the marriage from infidelity.
  31. The Penners recommend the withdrawal method as a safe way to prevent pregnacy while having a satisfying sexual experience with one’s spouse.
  32. The Penners state that it is likely that a couple’s sexual relationship will be interrupted and feelings of love for one another will change when children are brought into the marriage.
  33. Which sexual desire is described as a “hunger” for sexual connection?
  34. In order to release orgasmic response, the woman must keep her focus on trying for the orgasm.
  35. Song of Solomon teaches couples to maximize sexual arousal and response by making use of all five senses.
  36. Guilt is an example of ____________ block desire.
  37. Although we are born sinners, we are free from guilt and condemnation through Jesus Christ
  38. One way to improve sexual function with age is to:
  39. How can couples begin to solve disorders of desire?
  40. Which one of the following is not part of the Penners “15 minutes per day” Formula for Intimacy:
  41. A time for healing is necessary when there has been sexual abuse in one’s past.
  42. In order to conquer the spirit of shame, we must embrace our spirituality and be ashamed of our humanness.
  43. According to the Gallup poll cited in the Penner book, the majority of women experience pelvic pain during sexual intercourse after having children.
  44. Although the receptive partner does not initiate sex, he or she does experience a genuine desire for sex.
  45. The wife who needs control in sex usually has a history of an alcoholic parent or an out-of-control home.

Set 2

  1. A husband who ties his wife’s sexual response and desire to his self-esteem creates a healthy relational environment that is more likely to protect the marriage from infidelity.
  2. According to the Gallup poll cited in the Penner book, the majority of women experience pelvic pain during sexual intercourse after having children.
  3. The most critical factor for older couples continuing satisfying sexual activity is the condition of their relationship, not the condition of their hormones.
  4. Which one of the following is not part of the Penners “15 minutes per day” Formula for Intimacy:
  5. The Penners state that it is likely that a couple’s sexual relationship will be interrupted and feelings of love for one another will change when children are brought into the marriage.
  6. Slower arousal times among aging women are generally due to a lack of
  7. Conquering sexual sin cannot be done alone – it requires the accountability and help of others.
  8. Which type of shame is triggered by painful events?
  9. Although the receptive partner does not initiate sex, he or she does experience a genuine desire for sex.
  10. Growing older facilitates the personal confidence and acceptance that sex expresses.
  11. Low testosterone levels can affect desire, arousal and orgasm in both men and women.
  12. Men have been given a biological ability to respond to and enjoy sex more than women.
  13. The single most common problem reported to the Penners is premature ejaculation.
  14. Which type of shame can be a “good” shame that leads to repentance?
  15. In order to conquer the spirit of shame, we must embrace our spirituality and be ashamed of our humanness.
  16. Possible remedies for decreasing estrogen levels include:
  17. How can couples begin to solve disorders of desire?
  18. According to Willingham, using the double-edged sword of Scripture to attack shame involves two components of intervention. What are they?
  19. Which is the following is not one of the reasons cited by the Penners that a woman may experience problems with sexual response?
  20. The Penners recommend which of the following to fall in love again:
  21. The Penners do not recommend hormone replacement or medication as treatments for erectile dysfunction.
  22. Which type of shame is the hardest to heal?
  23. When couples are having a hard time with intimacy due to busy lifestyles, the Penners recommend:
  24. A woman’s sexual appetite is primarily driven by
  25. Which type of shame did we inherit from Adam and Eve?
  26. According to the book, birth control issues can cause some couples anxiety and a hindered sexual experience.
  27. In our world of open sexual promiscuity, Christians should separate themselves from the world by becoming more ashamed of their sexuality.
  28. Sex works best if the man leads.
  29. Which sexual desire is described as a “hunger” for sexual connection?
  30. Which is the following is not one of the causes of erectile dysfunction discussed in the book:
  31. Fatigue and stress are examples of a ____________ block desire.
  32. Dyspareunia or pain during intercourse is usually of psychological etiology and should not be taken seriously.
  33. A time for healing is necessary when there has been sexual abuse in one’s past.
  34. A wife who responds to the assertive sexual desire of her husband out of “duty,” would be better off not responding at all.
  35. Penner and Penner define erectile dysfunction as:
  36. Which desire is most common for women?
  37. When treating a man with erectile dysfunction, it is important to recognize that other medical illnesses may be present.
  38. The primary goal in solving disorders of sexual desire is not to solve hormone difficulties, but to experience completeness as a person within the covenant of marriage.
  39. The best way to help others overcome sexual shame is to
  40. Psychological block is often caused by:
  41. The Penners recommend that victims of sexual abuse always confront their abusers as part of the healing process.
  42. Less than ten percent of couples struggle with sexual dysfunction.
  43. One of the primary components of the male sexual function is his need for
  44. The wife who needs control in sex usually has a history of an alcoholic parent or an out-of-control home.
  45. Conflict and polarization in marriage may lead to a ____________ block desire.
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