What’s Done in the Dark:
Affair-Proofing and Recovery from Infidelity
A Self-Help Guide for Couples


Praise and Endorsements for “What’s Done in the Dark” Affair-Proofing and Recovery from Infidelity

“This is much more than a book about either avoiding or recovering from marital affairs. It is a celebration of the true meaning of marital unity. It is a guidebook about how to restore the joy of a God-blessed marriage.”
– Jim DeMint, Former U.S. Senator, President of the Heritage Foundation and author of Falling in Love with America Again


“This book is a key resource that provides objective steps and facilitates trust in God to heal and restore a relationship from the wounds of betrayal. It has great insights and tools for those who counsel these couples as well.”
– Marsha Crowe, Women’s Minister at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia


“Dr. Williams takes on the painful issue of marital infidelity with great sensitivity and wisdom. He describes types of affairs and masterfully explains why people cheat. He outlines clear steps that couples can make to repair the damage and restore their marriage. This book is a must for couples struggling with infidelity and also for the therapists who treat them.”
– Stanley E. Hibbs, Ph.D. Atlanta Psychologist and author of Anxiety: Treatment Techniques That Really Work;  Anxiety Gone: The Three C’s of Anxiety Recovery; and Consider It Done: Ten Prescriptions for Finishing What You Start.


“In my 27 years of practice, I can honestly say that this is the single best resource for any couple working to heal and reconnect from a breach of trust in their relationship. It is clear that Dr. Williams has spent decades “in the trenches” with couples helping them work through the trauma of betrayal. This book is both for couples whose relationships have experienced a gradual erosion of intimacy and may be susceptible to outside threats as well as those who have actually encountered betrayal. It is an invaluable book and a roadmap back to an emotionally strong marriage.”
– Mark E. Crawford, Ph.D. Atlanta Psychologist and author of The Obsessive-Compulsive Trap: Real Help for a Real Disorder and When Two Become Three: Nurturing Your Marriage after Baby Arrives.


“Dr. Williams takes the most difficult situation a couple can encounter and offers hope. He provides a step-by-step guide to understanding, overcoming and regenerating the marriage covenant. Very refreshing.”
– Dr. R. Allen Stewart, Sr. Pastor at Hartwell United Methodist Church in Hartwell, Georgia


“My wife, Lynn and I have had the privilege of knowing Dr. Williams and his wife, Dru-Ann, for almost 40 years. He has, in my opinion, penned a book that not only effectively identifies the causes of marital betrayal, but also provides practical solutions for the affected partners. I would highly recommend this reading as an important tool to prevent an affair or recover from one.”
– James Minor, M.D. F.A.C.C., Orlando Cardiologist


“This is my dad’s third book. He has been practicing marriage and family therapy for 30 years as a psychologist. He happens to be married to the most wonderful, kind, loving godly woman I have ever known Dru-Ann Kinsey Williams. I am proud and humbled to call them both my parents. I am also proud to recognize my father as the most intelligent and insightful man I have ever known. He also happens to be my all-time number one hero in my life. I encourage you all to explore his insights once this book becomes available.”
– Christopher Williams


“Dr. Williams combines over 30 years of professional experience with a compassionate heart and a desire to see individuals and couples develop resilience and healing. I highly recommend this book and will be sharing it with my clients!”
– Richard Blankenship, LPC, NCC, CCH, CPCS, CCPS, CCSAS, author of Spouses of Sex Addicts: Hope for the Journey, founding board member of the Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists, and President of the International Association of Clinical Sexual Addiction Specialists