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20-40% of marriages face infidelity. It’s still possible to rebuild trust and companionship. Here’s how.
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Moving too fast and holding onto resentment both negatively impact the affair recovery process. Discover what not to do after infidelity here...
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Marriage counseling, especially affair recovery therapy, can provide an effective framework for surviving infidelity.
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The timelines for affair recovery look different for every couple, but forgiveness and reconciliation are always possible. Discover how you can begin again here.
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As children we all experience woundedness, some more so than others. In addition to struggles from childhood, emotional pain is something we experience and accumulate all throughout life.
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The adage that tells everyone, “50% of marriages end in divorce,” does not have to be your reality if you find the right couples specialist. It all depends on what you do when your relationship feels
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The most common question we get at Well Marriage Center is some form of: “Can my marriage really survive an affair?” The answer is Yes.
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Time and again we are inspired by the couples we work with. The email Dr. Steve Brown received recently represents the best of what our mission and hope is for our Northern Virginia communities. Good marriage counseling is more than just helping couples deal with an immediate problem.
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Several of our couples have sent us the link to "The Third Metric," a feature story from the The Huffington Post about 4 couples who are prioritizing well-being and fun ahead of wealth, status, and being constantly "on."