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Ozzy Osbourne is doing everything within his power to mend his marriage to Sharon Osbourne.

According to Us Weekly, the pair even sought advice from a marriage counselor, having sat through a "mediated discussion."

Ozzy and Sharon have been on the outs for most of the month after he allegedly had a six-month affair with hairstylist Michelle Pugh. He has reportedly ended that relationship.

"He wants his family back," Us' source said.

The couple separated after 33 years of marriage, but a second source said the legendary rocker is "groveling" to get Sharon back.

"The Osbournes have been through thick and thin together and have stayed together through it all," says the source. "This is putting them all through a really horrible time."

It remains to be seen whether the couple will get back together, as they have done many time before.

"I'm 63 years of age and I can't keep living like this … I'm not with him," Sharon said on the May 10 on "The Talk." "I just need time to really think about myself … what do I really want for the rest of my life?"

"I honestly cannot thank people enough for their backing me, for saying they love me, for everybody here at my home, supporting me, sending me messages of love," she continued. "I honestly am empowered and I have found this inner strength and I'm like, 'Right. OK. What's next?'"

Neither Ozzy nor his alleged mistress have publicly commented on the matter. Earlier this week, though, Kelly Osbourne took matters into her own hands, tweeting out Michelle's phone number, along with a vulgar message.

"Anyone looking for CHEAP chunky LOW-lights a blow out and …," the post began, before specifying a sex act and instructing readers to call Michelle.

The unprintable tweet was quickly derided by Kelly's followers, one of whom slammed her for being a "bully." She rewarded that person with another profanity-laced tweet. She later implied that Ozzy was all but innocent for his role, saying that the while thing bordered on "elder abuse."

A source recently told the New York Post that filing for divorce would be "a huge decision with a lot of moving parts," and that Sharon's likely to take her time before calling it quits.