Thanks for posting. It's unlikely you'll continue to have abnormal Pap tests forever, but I can't predict specifically how this might run its course. Most women with persistent HPV infections are not at great risk of serious diseases developing, and if you stay on top of your Pap tests like you seem to be doing, the risks of cervical cancers developing (or even significant precancers, really...) are slight.
If treatment for cell changes is needed at some point, that might actually give your body a boost in clearing the virus. HPV persistence can be influenced by factors that include age, genetics, nutrition, HPV type, viral load, and so on.
I hope this helps.