The Duggar family is slowly returning to a normal life but the same cannot be said for Anna Duggar, Josh's wife. In the Jill & Jessa Counting On promo video released by TLC, the mother-of-four struggles to hold back tears while discussing her husband's infidelity. Her sister-in-law Jinger Duggar, however, thinks she is amazing for dealing with the heartbreak so gracefully.
"Anna is amazing", an emotional Jinger says to the camera. "She displayed to each one of us to what it means to have unconditional love and she is walking through this better than anyone of us could have ever imagined."
The video quashed rumours that Jim Bob and Michelle are having differences with their daughter-in-law after their eldest son admitted to being addicted to porn, besides having multiple affairs outside his marriage. In the video, Anna revealed the acute pain of betrayal she is suffering after her husband's cheating affairs went public.
"It is such a betrayal for a spouse to go through what we're walking through," Anna tells the camera while struggling to hold her emotions. "It was hard to realize that it was such a public thing, and so, not only was it a betrayal against me, but it was also a betrayal for those who call themselves Christian. Everyone was able to see us get married and to vow before God to be loyal to each other, and that loyalty was broken. And so, for my heart, it was just broken. Josh was my first love, my one and only," the 27-year-old reality star added.
She also revealed that she is holding on to her faith and praying to God to get the help and wisdom she needs to cope with the difficult situation. "I knew my only hope was to cling on my faith because I know if I went all through what I was feeling, I would get into a mess and to a disaster."
John David, the other twin of Jana, confesses that after the porn addiction and cheating scandal, he wants to set a better example for his younger siblings and don't want to be like Josh anymore.
"It's a big load, it's a big weight upon me right now I have got a whole bunch of younger siblings looking after me. And I have got to be an example for them because whatever I am that's what they want to be. That's what it was for me and Josh. I wanted to be like him. but one of the toughest things I have to tell my older brother... it was... I don't want to be like you anymore."
Anna, John David and Jinger's interview will be a part of TLC's ongoing three episode docu-series Jill And Jessa Counting On which will air on 20 December.