A fellow Christian clan in the form of the Robertson family from ‘Duck Dynasty’ has spoken up about how Anna Duggar should deal with her ’19 Kids and Counting’ costar and husband, Josh, following his confessions of unfaithfulness.
While the Robertsons agree that the mother-of-four should forgive her spouse, Jase and his wife Missy reportedly believe that Anna should consider separating herself from Josh to become a committed steward of Jesus Christ.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Missy shared her sentiments on dealing with such issues, saying that Anna would be completely justified if she decides to go for a divorce at this time in their marriage.
Missy also believes that Anna is “definitely a victim” in the given situation.
The eldest of the Robertson boys also agreed that forgiving someone's faults and continuing to share one’s life with an individual who is not trustworthy and committed to the marriage are two extremely different things.
"You can forgive somebody, but that doesn't mean there's not consequences for your actions,” he said.
Meanwhile, Anna’s own brother Daniel Keller also clarified his own thoughts on the matter, stating that it will be certainly understandable if his sister would decide on a separation.
"I told her I would go get her and let her children stay with me. She said she's staying where she's at,” Keller recounted.
As Josh’s sisters, Jessa Duggar-Seewald and Jill Duggar-Dillard, are set to return to TV for a couple of TV specials, Jim Bob and Michelle’s eldest son will not be showing up any time soon.
After all, TLC cancelled the family’s hit reality series ‘19 Kids and Counting’ after news of Josh’s molestation scandal broke.
Several months after the controversy, the father-of-four confessed to having been addicted to pornography and being unfaithful to his wife, which includes having several subscriptions to adultery website Ashley Madison.
The former reality star issued a public apology and checked into a Christian rehab center in Rockford, Illinois.
Nonetheless, followers of the Duggar family can still look forward to the new TLC specials that will focus on Jessa’s preparations for her first child and Jill’s busy schedule in travelling between the US and Central America for her mission work with husband Derick.
"We are looking forward to reconnecting with everyone with the new specials on TLC—many have asked about our mission work and about the challenges of taking our family to a different country, culture and learning a new language," Derick shared on Instagram, referring to their latest projects. "We appreciate your prayers."