Duggar family rules on dating
From the Duggar brood's acceptance of Michelle and Jim Bob's strict dating policies to the fact that each child subscribes to their conservative religious views, it might appear that there's little dissent in the family. First of all I want to say that Joe, I'm so thankful for you," Joy-Anna admitted through tears (via). Just through my teen years, I think I was having a hard time taking my parents' faith as my own and you really befriended me as an older brother." Although Joy-Anna didn't elaborate on her "hard time," it's clear that whatever Joseph said to her did the trick. These calls were not 'chaperoned.' They were private just between the two of us." Say what now, Jessa?But before you congratulate Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar getting their kids to drink the Kool-Aid, let us fill you in Joy-Anna Duggar's shocking admission that she once grappled with her parents' faith. Making matters even more jaw-dropping is that Joy-Anna revealed this info while toasting Joseph Duggar at his rehearsal dinner. Not only is Joy-Anna now married to Austin Forsyth — a very religious and conservative guy — but she also named her son, Gideon, after a Biblical figure. So, it's a bit shocking that Jessa Duggar admitted to talking to her then-boyfriend, Ben Seewald, on the phone unchaperoned before they got hitched — a big no no in her parents' eyes. How did you manage to pull that fast one over Jim Bob and Michelle?
"We spoke with the authorities where I confessed my wrongdoing and my parents arranged for me and those affected by my actions to receive counseling …
Following some rumors about the juicy scandal (the Duggars don't have sex before marriage, y'all), King took to Instagram to clear the air.