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Ben and Ann Wilson to Appear During the Super Bowl

The key word here is during.  :)  Here is the press release from Sue O'Connell at American Family. 

February 2005

GoodLife TV Network Airs Program on Rebuilding Marriage After An Affair

GoodLife TV’s series American Family will air an episode on “Rebuilding A Marriage After An Affair” beginning Sunday, February 6, 2005.  The one-hour show highlights the moving journeys of two couples who have endured the heart-break of infidelity.  Anne and Brian Bercht tell their intense personal stories of their struggles to save their marriage which Anne chronicles in her new book, “My Husband’s Affair Became the Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me”; and Ben and Ann Wilson, counselors at their church in Colorado share their painful journey of recovery after an affair brought them to the brink of divorce.  Also featured is an interview with Dr. Peggy Vaughan, author of “The Monogamy Myth”, who addresses the latest statistics on one of the fastest growing areas of infidelity – cybersex/internet affairs.

A discussion follows with renowned marriage therapist Emily Brown and Retrouvaille Peer Counselor Denise Felde about real solutions to save marriages.  This is a powerful program.  Check out the website for more information.

Check your local cable and dish providers for GoodLife Television.  In Denver GoodLife is on Comcast, channel 123.

Premieres:  Sunday, Feburary 6th at 8:00pm

Airs the following week:

2/7/05 -- 3-4pm

2/8/05 -- 10-11am

2/9/05 -- 8-9pm

2/10/05 --10-11am

2/11/05 -- 3-4pm

The show will be rebroadcast several times throughout 2005.

The series "American Family," is produced for GoodLife Television.  The host is Bettina Gregory, former ABC News correspondent and now practicing psychologist.  The program's theme is to highlight contemporary family issues, then show how families work through and/or resolve them.   GoodLife is a national cable company out of Washington, DC.   We're in major markets across the country, in upwards of 12 million homes, with a growing viewership.