Q&A Given the Length of Trickle Truth, Should I Retake the Harboring Hope Group?

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Rick, I took Harboring Hope in 2013 a few months after after Dday 1, when I believed my husband had only one emotional affair with a coworker. Since then over the past 3 years, I have discovered that he had AT LEAST 2 full blown emotional/ physical affairs with the same woman and has lied to me for 20 years about it and also just found out a few months ago that there was an "encounter" with a prostitute on a business trip as well as another possible affair with a different woman that was just in the beginning stages. We were at EMSW in Nov. 2013 ( he lied throughout that !) and then took the online course in early 2015( he omitted details in the "ground zero" lesson). I am still not healed because the info has been drip fed to me over the past 4 years and it seems like new details keep coming out just when I start to feel better. Do you think re-taking Harboring Hope would be helpful for me? I still have so much anger and resentment toward him and the AP. I pretend normal all the time and still have so many questions, but he doesn't want to talk about it anymore or answer any of my questions. So I don't ask anymore. But I'm still hurting. What are your thoughts?

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