Marriage & Family Flash Cards

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Flash cards for Marriage and Family Exam #1
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  1. Lesson 1:
    Biblical Basis for Marriage & Family
  2. In relation to Aspects of God: God is a ____________ being
    Relational
  3. In relation to the Aspects of God: God is a ___________ being
    Loving
  4. Nature of Mankind: Man is a ____________ being
    Valuable
  5. Nature of Mankind: Man is also a ___________ Being
    Relational
  6. The woman is a what to the man?
    A Helper
  7. Complimentarity view of men and women. What is it?
    Both are created in the image of God.

    Both have equal Worth, Value and dignity as persons before God

    There are God-created differences between men and women
  8. Egalitarian view of men and women. What is it?
    No created differences (other than physical) between men and women.

    No God-created distinction in roles, interchangeable in function.

    Can't have equality with spouse one in authority.

    Does away with Submission
  9. Whom does God hold accountable for the sin in the Garden?
    Adam


    ....not Eve.
  10. What two key things took place when Adam and Eve committed the first sin?
    1) A broken relationship with God

    2) They experienced guilt and fear
  11. Lesson 2:
    Getting Your Needs Met
  12. What are the basic needs of Mankind?
    • 1) Need for Relational security
    • - Relationships with Humans
    • - Relationship with God

    • 2) Need for Significance
    • - Need to Accomplish a meaningful task.
  13. Females are more in tune with ___________ needs
    Relational
  14. Males are more tuned in to their _______________ needs
    Significance
  15. Lesson 3:
    The State of Marriage & The Family
  16. When did STD's first appear?
    Around 400 B.C.
  17. Is Cohabitation as stable as marriage?

    Yes?
    No?
    NO

    80% higher divorce rates for women who have cohabitated.

    Greater marital Conflict

    Increase in Adultery

  18. Domestic Violence and Cohabitation. Is it prevalent?
    Rate almost Twice as high for cohabitating couples than married.

    Severe violence rate is five times as high.
  19. What is the toll of Divorce on Women?
    Greater need for Support in finances, childcare and career.

    Less satisfied with social life, physical intimacy, household issues

    • Poor social adjustment with current partner, extended family, other social activites.
  20. What is the toll of Divorce on Men?
    Increased Mental illness, suicide & Accidents
  21. What is the toll of Divorce on Children?
    Decreased academic achievement, psychological adjustment and self concept

    Incrased Behavior problems, social difficulties
  22. What is the toll of Divorce on Adolescents?
    Higher levels of general Health problems, more impulsive, lower self-concepts

    1 to 4 times more likely to be Sexually active, 2 to 3 times more likely to be involved in drug abuse.
  23. What is the toll of Divorce on Adults from Divorced Homes?
    Incrased risk of divorce, of being a single parent, and behavior problems.

    Decreased: physical health, psychological well being, education, job status, standard of living and marital satisfaction.
  24. Benefits of Marriage. Go...
    • 1)Healthier physically and mentally
    • 2)Live Longer
    • 3)Take Better care of self and each other
    • 4)Families earn 10-40% higher
  25. Lesson 4:
    Family of Origin Issues
  26. Everybody enters into marriage with ___________.
    Expectations.

    Bumping into each others invisible walls.
  27. Family rules can be the following:
    • - Spoken
    • - Habits
    • - Preferences
    • - Traditions
    • - Unspoken
  28. Examples of Unwritten rules in Dysfunctional Families
    • We don't feel: keep emotions guarded
    • We are always in control: don't show weakness, don't ask for help
    • We don't trust: not ourselves, not others
    • We keep the family's secrets: no one would believe us anyway
    • We are ashamed: we are to blame for everything bad, we deserve it.
  29. Family "rules" often lead to _____ _____________.
    Role Expectations
  30. What are the 3 Conflict Resolution Styles?
    • Authoritarian
    • Democratic
    • Avoiding
  31. Lesson 5:
    Forgiveness
  32. Why should we Forgive
    God Commands it.

    It benefits the Forgiver.

    It may benefit the Offender
  33. What are the Steps of Forgiving?
    • Recognize the injury and acknowledge our Pain
    • Identify the emotions involved. Fear, guilt, shame, anger, grief
    • Set Boundaries
    • Consider the possibility of Reconciliation.
  34. Forgiveness has three aspects. What are they?
    • 1) First, it has to do with the other person
    • 2) Second, it has to do with God who has forgiven us
    • 3) Third, it has to do with us. When we release others, we release ourselves.
  35. Lesson 6:
    Attachment Styles
  36. Our infant experiences with our parents color how we see people and relationships. Those childhood expreiences translate into what is known as our _____ __________.
    Working Model
  37. What three questions do we develop about our Core Beliefs?
    • About Self
    • About Others
    • About the World
  38. What are the thre Attachment Styles?
    • Secure
    • Avoidant/Dismissing
    • Ambivalent/Preoccupied
  39. Lesson 7:
    Gender Differences
  40. Testosterone is the Male's major sex hormone. What does it promote?
    • Aggressivesness
    • Competitiveness
    • Assertiveness
    • Singlemindedness
    • Desire for independence
    • Success
    • Desire to provide and protect
  41. Along with Testosterone, _____________ regulates sexual persistence as well as aggression.
    Vasopressin
  42. What is the Bonding Hormone?
    Oxytocin
  43. What is the Calming hormone?
    Serotonin
  44. Estrogen is the Female's major sex hormone. What does it promote?
    • Feelings of well-being
    • increases sensitivity to stimuli
    • enthusiasm
    • pleasure
    • sexual arousal
  45. What hormone promotes parenting and nurturing feelings
    Progesterone
  46. Males have high levels of what hormones?
    • 1)Testosterone
    • 2)Vasopressin
  47. Females have high levels of what hormones?
    • 1)Oxytocin
    • 2)Serotonin
    • 3)Estrogen
    • 4)Progesterone
  48. In the brain, White matter does what?
    Transmits electrical signals
  49. In the brain, Gray matter does what?
    Processes information
  50. Where is the Corpus Callosum in the brain and what does it do?
    It is located Between the Two Hemispheres and Connects the left side of the brain to the right side.
  51. Lesson 8:
    Wise Dating

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