"It is going to take a long time before we forgive," the source told ET. "In the long term, eventually, we will forgive, it will be in our best interest to forgive. Won't happen soon. Won't happen fast. Just because we forgive doesn't mean we trust ever again. We are still extremely upset. We are all still hurt. Josh is still in rehab, nobody is warm and fuzzy to him yet. It still feels like he is a stranger."
Josh's wife Anna gave birth to Meredith Grace in July. She has not spoken publicly since Josh's cheating scandal broke, but she was seen putting on a smile at her cousin-in-law Amy Duggar's wedding to Dillon King earlier this month.
Josh was absent from the ceremony, as he is reportedly still in treatment for sex addiction. While Josh's public statements have been filled with apologies, a source close to the Duggar family told ET that he has "no remorse" for being unfaithful.
"No remorse," the source said. "He is not the person everyone thought they knew."