Duggar dating rules full episode
, broke the story that in a massive hack of Ashley Madison.com, the notorious extramarital affair hookup website, Josh Duggar's name and address was publicly associated with two separate monthly "affair guaranteed" level accounts, for which he had so far paid "a total of 6.76." Josh, who had proposed to his wife on an episode of , remained mum for a few weeks, and then posted a public apology on his mother Michelle's popular blog.
His apology included the following statement: "While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife." Get ready to a) get some insight into the questionable reason the Duggar parents treated Josh's molestation crimes the way they did and b) feel extremely creeped out.
And what about bathroom privacy (answer: they have nine bathrooms and seven showers in their 7000 square foot house).
Although we can’t all have lucrative reality TV contracts, most of us can learn a few things from the Duggars’ money philosophy…
After Jim Bob and Michelle married in 1984, he worked for various stints as an insurance salesman and car salesman.
(which we're pretty sure is the Duggars' least favorite publication) reported in 2015 that the family adheres to a home schooling program from the Advanced Training Institute, which is "a Bible-based homeschooling program run by alleged cult figurehead Bill Gothard." Gothard himself has been accused of a slew of improper sexual advances on young girls, but that's not where the creepiness ends.
The curriculum itself has an entire section on what to do when an older male child sexually abuses a younger child of the same family (! Another article reported on one such "lesson," which guides parents on what to do if they discover that "an older brother was guilty of sexually abusing younger ones in his family." When the older brother had "repented," he's asked a series of questions — including "What teaching could have been given to While the family's belief system appears to match up exactly with the controversial "Quiverfull" movement of Christianity, which has ties with the Duggars' ministry, the family has stated that they do not consider themselves as part of that group.
special, Arkansas parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar were already doing quite well for themselves.