Q&A Should I Put a Hold on the Divorce If My Mate Is Willing to Participate in Hope for Healing?

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So we are at the last week of our EMSO. My husband has agreed to do the Hope for Healing course and I am in Harboring Hope. He has not ended contact with the affair partner but is willing to do the course. Unfortunately we are not able to live separably due to our partnership visa and it will only be around the end of the year that I would be in a position to have my own visa and he could move out. It is not the ideal situation but we are trying to work together. Is there any reason to hang onto hope especially when he is willing to do the Hope for Healing? In my opinion not ending the affair is going to mean reconciliation is not possible. But due to our circumstances it may be worth seeing what happens at the end of the course. What are your thoughts on this? Its a very fragile situation but we are choosing to be friends through it.

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