I'd make a starter of a high gravity yeast with some nutrient. An OG of 1.104 makes it difficult for the yeast to grow and process the sugars. Next time you do something like this, you might consider adding the honey & extra LME after the initial ferment is almost done. Another technique I was introduced to recently is to put the honey & LME in the bottom of the fermenter, add the aerated wort, then pitch without stirring. The honey will slowly dissolve & be consumed without stressing the yeast so much.
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