Anna Duggar and Josh Duggar recently celebrated 12 years of marriage. Annad Instagram post celebrating the event, Anna – who sometimes appears on her husband’s reality show Counting on – they expressed nothing but love for her husband.
“12 years ago today we said,“ I will! “I am so thankful for God’s grace and kindness that has been circulating our family regularly! Joshua, I look forward to growing old with you! ”She wrote.
But not too long ago, Anna was singing a different tune. In 2015, her marriage was undergoing a major trial when she discovered Josh had not been faithful.
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In another early program of Counting on, Anna opened up about how she was feeling when she found out about the infidelity of her husband Josh.
“My first comment was denied. I was so hurt that someone would think that about my husband. Because I thought everything was fine and I had a strong marriage, ”she said. But in the end, she had to accept the reality of media reports about her husband’s behavior.
She said she knew about the molestation incident before she married Josh, but that the news of her infidelity was a sudden unexpected blow.
“It’s a betrayal,” she said. “It was hard to understand that it was such a public thing. Not only was it a betrayal against me, but it was also a betrayal against those who call themselves Christians. ”
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After the Ashley Madison scandal, many people were asking why Anna decided to stay with Josh. During her appearance Counting on, she said she felt her husband would make a bad situation worse.
“How could this happen in my marriage? Josh was my first love, ”she said. “I knew my only hope was to stick to my faith. Knowing that if I let go of what I was feeling, I would turn into a catastrophe. ”
Josh eventually entered a Christian revival program, and Anna decided to stick with her husband.
“I know there are those who think I should walk away from this marriage,” she said. “I respect the views of others. But in my heart, when I married, I vowed first to God, and to Joshua, ‘for better or worse, that we should die deala is em prayer and my heart’s desire and desire that our marriage be re- innovation. ”