Q&A Did We Start Recovery Too Late after Discovery?

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We are 3 years out from the first discovery. Major life happenings occurred right after that, so much of it was shoved down and put aside. We are just now starting to work through the process of recovery of our marriage. Is this a normal occurrence? I am in Harboring Hope and everyone in the group has just had their discovery within the past 6 months. Does it affect our healing process because we waited so long to start this program? We have had issues finding the right help, programs and therapists. They just feel that we should be over it, that I should just be over it. Is it too late?



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Is it too late

I just want to let you know that in the Harboring Hope group I am in there is a person 15 yrs out, a person who divorced 20 yrs ago when the infidelity was discovered and is now considering remarrying the ex-spouse, and I am almost 2 years out from disclosure. My spouse did the Hope for Healing online course and got so much out of it and encouraged me to do HH ever though we are currently separated. If I may say, maybe the silver lining to your delay is that now you have found the right help and resources you need to heal right here.

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