Thursday, March 10, 2016

Josh Completes Rehab Program

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar posted a statement to their website regarding Josh Duggar. We have included it below for your convenience.

Josh has completed his residential rehabilitation program. We are so thankful for everyone who worked with Josh in this program. It was a crucial first step in recovery and healing for Josh. Josh has now returned to Arkansas, where he will continue professional counseling and focus on rebuilding relationships with his family. We look to God for help and guidance and place all of our trust in Him. We are forever grateful for the love and prayers offered by so many and hope you will continue to pray in the days ahead.

The Duggar Family

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  1. I will be praying for them.

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  2. Prayers for healing that God can give. He doesn't give healing the brokenhearted to anyone else.

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  3. Prayers for all.

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  4. Prayers being sent from Tinton Falls NJ
    Xoxoxo

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  5. Yip yip yippee. I hope Anna got the therapy she richly deserves.

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  6. All of you are in my prayers. Asking forgiveness of those we've harmed is always difficult. Follow the Holy Spirit.

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  7. God bless You all! If anyone family can bounce back from this situation, youra can. Remember that we all make mistakes and fall short of God's glory. Though we manage to hurt people along the way, God is still God, and healing is still made available for everyone through Him.

    Please know that my heartfelt love and prayers are with you guys. Your family is truly an inspiration, and I am thankful that you all have been very "real" and "open" about sharing the ins and outs, good and bad, with your fans/friends/viewers. I wish you all a season of love and restoration. May God renew what was damaged and bless what has been broken, as only He can.

    Love and Blessings to all of the Duggars!

    Your friend/Sister in Christ,
    Ashley

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  8. my prayers are with Josh, Anna and your family.

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  9. Pleased they admitted that this rehab is his first step.

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    1. Yay.. me to so pleased he will continue to get professional help in his hometown.

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  10. May our Lord bless you all greatly. Thank you for all you do for Jesus!
    Your sister in Christ,
    Sandy

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  11. Praise the LORD for his faithfulness and ability to restore the time that has been lost and to complete the healing in everyone's hearts, Our great Jehoval-Rophi. We continue to lift up your precious family in prayer, also praising God for your families testimony. Trusting God to continue to do an amazing work.

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  12. Have been and will continue to pray for healing for all of the family.

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  13. I love your family and i always watched the show. But i believe once a cheater always a cheater. I pray for Anna's sake he continues to get help.

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    1. "I believe once a cheater always a cheater" Not so with God in the equation. Did you ever read the Biblical story of Jacob, the cheater? God changed his name to Israel, i.e."Triumphant with God" Margaret

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    2. Kathy, people can change with God's help. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. 2 Corinthians 5:17

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  14. Prayers for your family so thankful for your family God bless you all

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  15. Congratulations Josh on a good first step completed; God does not forsake you and I know you and Anna can lean on him for the next step

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  16. Praying for all of you and that God will heal Josh completely from this so your family can get back to your normal..

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  17. As a fan of your show for many years, and mother to a big family as well, well not AS big, we only have six children, we just have a lot of respect for how the family and Anna handled this matter, with honesty, transparency, and no sugar coating. We pray Josh will be healed of this disease, and Anna and your families with be healed of the emotional wounds caused. You are all in our prayers.
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    1. Josh doesn't have a "disease", he's a cheater.

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    2. A disease is often acquired without choice. Cheating and sexual pervisions are CHOICES.

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  18. Congratulations Josh, continue building what's been started. Praying for you.

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  19. So glad Josh is home now, and can move on to next stage of rehabilitation.. I will continue to be praying for him, and all of the Duggar's. May God bless, and heal your family ! Love to you all !

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  20. Rehabilitation from an addiction is a lifelong process. Josh is blessed with a patient family who can show unconditional and tough love. Josh has God who will not forsake or give up. Josh needs to be worthy of these wonderful journey partners. He needs to show love and express faith with actions not just words. He needs to be strong for his wife and children. And he needs to live his life with a huge portion of humility. Josh, you and your amazing family have my hope and prayers.

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  21. Amen !!! Hoping you, Josh and the rest of the family can now find a time of healing

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  22. I don't mean any disrespect or I'll intent but on the rehab facility's website josh attented. It specifally states there are no Liscensed medical staff or Liscensed professionals. How can josh recieve professional therapy if no one in that facility is qualified to do so. Will he continue faith based rehabilitation or will he be provided with Liscensed professionals ( ie non physical labour Christian camp)
    I do hope Anna and the rest of the family receive the guidance and counsel they need during this time. I am a firm believer that everyone deserves a second chance in life and I am very encouraged by the Duggar parents as they are embracing thier first born child despite his flaws, sins, past behavior. Parents never stop loving thier children no matter how much pain and grief they may cause. It's refreshing to see this family acknowledge that even though one of thier own strayed from the straight and narrow path, they are still showing him unconditional love.

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    1. Being licensed means you know a lot of psycho babble. I know cause I once was. True healing only comes from the creator not worldly ways.

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    2. Maybe he saw therapists outside the faculty it could have been like a collaboration. And the statement says he will continue professional counseling suggesting he has been taking part in counsel already. I hope that Anna her kids and everyone else heals as well. And the Duggars are definitely a encouragement.

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    3. Prayer changes things, but come on. If you have cancer, you seek qualified medical attention, you don't just try to pray it away. Same with mental and emotional sicknesses -- you need qualified help.

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    4. Hm. Interesting. If they are not licensed then who diagnosed him as being a sex addict? Well if he is an addict, then it's good that he will continue getting treatment. Prayers with the family.

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  23. Josh can do it first he needs God and then his family but he can come out on top and be the guy everyone knows he can be

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  24. I pray for continued healing for your family. I know that you have been on the receiving end of some very cruel & harsh comments. Although I DO NOT condone Josh's behavior, it's not my job to judge & condemn him. I pray that he truly is sorry this time & he can become the faithful Christian man that Anna, his children & his entire family deserve to have in their lives. I pray that the public can begin to forgive him but if the can't......they keep their negativity to themselves. Your family still is near & dear to my heart & I've enjoyed watching you over the years. Peace & prayers to all of you.

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  25. Praying for Josh and all of his family.God can heal him and your family.I know because he healed my husband.

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  26. They are not the first people to go through some troubles. I appreciate them sharing the things they go through. Like the Bible says, pride goes before a fall. At some point everyone needs to admit there is a great God who is giving us a hand in living if we look to Him.

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  27. Thank you so much for continuing to give us updates. We continue to hold you up in prayer and look forward to seeing what God has for each of you as you faithfully follow His path.

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  28. We will pray as Josh & Anna move prayfully forward.

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  29. I will continue to pray for Josh and all your family.

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  30. I will definitely pray for you all. I wish you all much love and blessings.

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  31. It is sad that this had to be made public. So much to go through as a family, my prayers are with Josh and his family.

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    1. The Duggar family continues to make it public so there is nothing to be sad about. They are paid well for airing what should be private.

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    2. I think people will be helped by their walk.

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    3. Amen to that!

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    4. Do you think that other men will look at what Josh did & say cool - I can do stuff like that, then go away for awhile, and my wife and my family and the whole world will forgive me?

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  32. The kids will be so happy to see their daddy! Prayers and well wishes for Josh and the entire family as they enter this new phase of healing.

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    1. Josh has yet to prove he's a daddy. He is their father, of course. But, I think it will be a long, long time before he can be their daddy. He doesn't deserve that title yet.

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  33. Oh thank you Lord. This is the best news yet I'll still be praying for him and his whole family.

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  34. Thankful with you. Will continue to pray for ALL!!

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  35. Hang in there Duggar family.. God loves you very much.. So do I.. MB

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  36. Thank you so much for continuing to give us updates. We continue to hold you up in prayer and look forward to seeing what God has for each of you as you faithfully follow His path.

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  37. Josh, Welcome back home. I bet your family missed you like crazy. But a few months is really nothing, compared to the many years you could have suffered with this problem. There is a song I feel you may really benefit from called 'Undo' by Rush of Fools. Yes, it is a christian song and oh so beautiful. Please take a listen. It may help your healing soul and heart. I wish your family nothing but happiness and love.

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  38. I have nothing but positive encouragement towards Josh...for him to continue to work with counselors and those who are ministering to him at this, which I am sure has been the lowest point in his life. I pray that he continues to cling to Jesus, the One and only Source of strength and that he will be able to rebuild his broken life and relationships. There is no one living on this earth that cannot be healed and forgiven. God bless you, Josh. I will continue to pray for you, Anna and the rest of your family. God is good!

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  39. Will continue to support y'all in prayer!

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  40. Praying for Josh and his family.

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  41. We will be praying for Josh, and for all of you! May the Lord completely heal and restore. Isaiah 43:18-19 (ESV)

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  42. We as Christian's try our hardest to bring our children up right and pray that when they are on their own, they will continue to do right by God. Josh is not the first Christian or man to cheat on his wife and I am positive he is not the last. We have all made stupid mistakes and we all have asked for forgiveness. For me, the only people Josh has to ask forgiveness from is God, Anna, his children and his family. However, with that said, I forgive him. He doesnt need it, but I want Josh to understand that there are people out there that still love him and care about him. The Duggars have helped me become a better person and for that I thank you. Anna herself has shown me so much. I have so so much respect for her. Love you all.

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  43. It is my fervent hope that peace and happiness comes to everyone involved in the days ahead. Forgiveness is easier to gain than trust. It will take time, but trust can be restored. Blessings to you all as you continue this journey together.

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  44. Praying for restoration in his marriage and complete deliverance from his previous problems.

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  45. Josh, I am praying for you to be able to deal privately with your family to receive Gods forgiveness

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  46. Josh, I am praying for you to be able to deal privately with your family to receive Gods forgiveness

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  47. Praying for him and his family. You can do all things with God in your heart, but he has got a battle ahead of him. God bless Anna, I hope he knows what a good and Godly woman he has to stand by him. My prayers are with you all.

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  48. Prayers for you all. God is there with his helping hand outstretched to you all for strength, guidance and support.

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  49. saying prayers for you family. I know with the Lords help. Everyone can heal.

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  50. God can do great things. I'm also praying to God for the restoration of my marriage and I'm starting to see my prayers answered! Still long way to go... God is good!!!

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  51. Congratulations Josh! Praying for you and your family!

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  52. May God help him and the family through this difficult time. It's more difficult when you're out on your own. May God strengthen him to fight the urges and direct him past the old ways.

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  53. Prayers to the family as they begin the long journey of rebuilding trust. May you all have the strength and love you need to face the future.

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  54. may God give the family peace

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  55. No one who has never experienced addiction of any kind has any idea how pernicious and severe this particular addiction is. Millions of men (mostly men, I think) have given into the lure Josh gave into, and find it impossible to ever get out again.
    I pray people who care about and love their fellow mankind will be praying with near-desperation for Josh and all others whose lives are being destroyed by this, as much, or in some ways even more than alcohol, cigarettes and drugs, due to its ability to destroy the human soul with depravity beyond what most of can imagine, and may God spare us from even ever knowing. JUST PRAY!!!

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    1. Felicity I agree with what you said and also hope no one is beyond help. I researched the legality of this addiction a little and found out that individual states have different laws and that the communities actually have a say so in whats allowed. Christians (myself included) should be screaming the loudest to keep this from destroying even one more life. It would be a hard battle but I know God would be behind us all the way.

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    2. Amen! Agree it can be worse than drug addiction.

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  56. Praying for Josh and Anna. With God all things are possible. I pray for only good and Godly things for this family. I am very disappointed in the fact that Josh, Jim Bob and Michelle will not be in the new show. This makes no sense. The parents are the core of this show and without them I am just not sure I will be as interested.

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  57. What wonderful news! Certainly will continue praying here in WI <3

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  58. May the peace of the Lord be with each and every one of you.

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  59. Glad to hear he is getting professional counseling this time.

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  60. may the lord keep him and his family in his arms as he look to the hills which cometh his help and it in JESUS not man

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  61. Why are they still speaking for their grown adult son? This has got to change.

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    1. I don't think they are speaking for him. All this message is doing is stating that he is done with his rehabilitation program and that they are grateful for the prayers offered by so many people.

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    2. Josh has made no public replies. His parents and others are speaking. Does he even admit he has a problem or that he has done anything wrong? All I read was written by others. Josh only confessed after he was cornered.

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  62. Prayers for continue restoration of your family. It will take time, prayers and work, but with God all things are possible.

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  63. Will continue to pray for the family

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  64. Anna, how are you? Happy? Please take care!

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  65. Gods blessings on Josh. May his sins be an example to all that we are all born sinners and we all fall into the Devils trap. And, although it seems like it is one of the worst sins,in God's eyes,all sins are the same.

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    1. Your words are a refreshing breath of fresh air and so true for everyone! Thank you.

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  66. I wish Josh & Anna the best. All marriages have ups & downs, some worse then others. If their family wasn't on tv then no one would give it a 2nd thought but since they are it's a big deal. I'm glad they will be back on tv because let's face it, who's world is perfect? If would be great if it was but that isn't the way it is. This is just an example of that & that if you really want something in your live no matter what it is you have to work at it daily & have faith. I will end this with a little note to Anna, you are one of the strongest woman I have seen.

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  67. I'm sorry, but there is nothing normal about this scenario. Either Josh should speak for himself or the whole family should remain quiet about it. He is a grown man. It seems that not only do they want to speak for him but they want to pull him back into the public. Leave him alone and let him figure out his own life for himself. JOSH IS AN ADULT.

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    1. Adults need guidance too. And the best guidance is from those who know you the best and love you the most. And will be on their knees for you.

      It's silly to think he should rely on just strangers while on this path to recovery. His family is strong and can help him in a huge way.

      But since most of our world has no idea of a strong knit family anymore (my parents divorced) it's hard to understand this amazing concept.

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  68. Leave him alone already!

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  69. He will always have horrible self-inflicted scars. He will come across situations that make him unhappy, and be one step away from falling into the same old behaviors. How will he ever go back to his rigid, expected lifestyle, bearing all his past failures? What he did was a huge message to his parents, his wife, and his kids that he wanted out!

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  70. What would it take, I wonder, for Anna to leave Josh?

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    1. God bless her and give her strength. Thank God she isn't quick to "give up" on her marriage like too many Americans are!

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    2. No one knows what Anna's breaking point will be. Josh publically humiliated her, destroyed her confidence, and treated her so poorly she has to be so severely scared. Not sure if her scars can heal, time will tell. I personally stayed with my cheating spouse and forgave him once, twice, thrice, up to fifteen times. When I finally got out I was so severely destroyed by the love (or lack of it) it was next to impossible to deeply love again. Hope Anna fares better. Single parenthood is extremely difficult.

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  71. I've been praying for your family for a long time. Y'all are such an encouragement to me and have been a blessing even in your difficult times. The Lord has opened my eyes on forgiveness and how sin can start with such a secret place but when it's not stopped soon and goes public people become so condemning and judgemental of others yet don't see the log in their own eye. God is blessing you thru all this, the bad and the good! You're family is an inspiration to me and so many more! God bless!

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  72. As a wife who has experienced this first hand, I am here to testify that God can and will redeem and restore this marriage. He will take what the enemy meant for harm and work to bring good out of this...After many prayers and deliverance, our marriage is brand new and better than ever. Where hurt was, is now forgiveness and love for my husband. He is a good man, a Godly man who i respect, trust and adore b/c of God's healing and redemption. We cast no stones but lift up prayers for Josh, Anna and your families. Love to all in Christ.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. Really needed it.

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  73. Lord bless your family.

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  74. He acted out multiple times, each more daring than the next, over quite a lengthy period. Six months of rehab probably can't scratch those itches. It's not just about forgiveness or building relationships now. It's more about Josh being able to control his impulses. If his life doesn't change, those impulses won't either. He's not been happy with anything he's been given in life so far. Happy people don't risk it all by doing such behaviors, or think they need to lead a double life and nobody will find out.

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    1. Well said. Of course forgiveness is given out of obedience to God's Word, but some of Josh's "mistakes" were reported only months shy of being criminal. Protection of children should be the priority--not promoting a new TV show proving how much Anna and his family have forgiven him.

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    2. I am wondering if perhaps Josh just got married too young and started having a rather large family right there after. That can be very stressful and hard on a young man. Although I think Anna is a dear lady. Has anyone thought just maybe Josh does not wish to be married?

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    3. It has absolutely nothing to do with happiness. It's an addiction, just like any other addiction.

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    4. That is NOT true!!!

      Happiness has nothing to do with the sin nature.

      That's ridiculous.

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    5. Connie and Audy Old....you are incorrect. Happy people do NOT cheat on their spouses. Perhaps tempted, but they do NOT lay down in bed with another person. And please stop saying it is an addiction. The professional mental health world admits that sex addiction is 100% controversial. We are human and God created us to enjoy the opposite sex. If you are a happily married person, you do not give in. Period.

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  75. Praise God! Wish God's riches blessing on Josh, Anna & family!

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  76. Praying your family becomes whole again.

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  77. We are on this earth for such a short period of time. We all make mistakes in our lives. With the strength of family and God's love we can overcome anything. My heart goes out to you and your family. May God keep you in his light.Josh you have a wonderful family hold on to that. I hope all works out for you.

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    1. I would not call anything Josh did a "mistake." He did them on purpose, to get something he desperately wanted and probably still wants.

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  78. I wish for you peace, healing, restored trust, strengthened faith, forgiveness, hope, honesty and all good things Josh. May God bless you and your wife and children. God knows every human being sins and no one sin is any better or worse than another in the eyes of God our Maker. And those without sin may cast the first stone.

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  79. Praise the Lord for Josh's progress. May he continue to work toward complete recovery. God will honor his commitment toward holiness. Blessings to each of your family. We love your programs of faith in action.

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  80. Very happy to hear his therapy is not completed and just the beginning. As a former addict to pain pills after 2 yrs I still go to counseling and support groups. Glad this is the beginning of his therapy and not the end. Also, proud to hear Anna confess she is lost still as well on how to take this all in. That is completely natural and she would not be honest stating otherwise. Best of luck to Josh and Anna as they continue through this journey, but they do have each other and a large family to confide in if feeling down.

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  81. Prayers are with them and I hope Josh received the professional help he needed for that first step.
    With professional counseling and his church family he can begin to rebuild.
    More stress then ever will be on Anna to attempt acceptance to her spouse and attempt to learn who he is again. My heart goes out to her. I hope everyone is patent. This is a new beginning.

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  82. Omg some people can b so mean!! I wish all this stuff about the duggars, never came out 2 the public. They seem like a real nice family on there show. I am so glad to hear that josh is back home. His kids must be so excited to see daddy, he has missed out on so much I'm sure. Aswell for anna to see her husband, mistakes made or not. Josh is trying 2 figure his life out. U go duggars I wish u all the best. Can't wait to see all of the duggars on t.v. again, missed ur show.. good luck..

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  83. Much love from our family in China to yours. We have been hurting alongside you, pryng for you, and trusting for complete healing for the whole family. We love you all and know that you are in the hands that can work all things together for good. Days like these past months are the reason he hung on the cross. As my father-in-law used to say, "His blood is not koolaide." He will be enough for you like he has been for us. We love you all.

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  84. Josh and Anna need to start going to a program called Celebrate Recovery and stay with it to assure he does not go back into back habits. There are many people in this group with sexual addiction problems. This groups rocks and can help anyone overcome life hurts, hangups or addictions. Highly recommend it to all. I am going and loving it. No I do not have a addiction problem but I have other issues to work on.

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  85. I guess it's up to Josh now. Does he truly want to be committed to Anna and his children? Only he holds the answer.

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  86. I HAVE BEEN PRAYING FOR JOSH AND HIS FAMILY. I WISH NOTHING BUT THE BEST FOR HE AND ANNA AND THE CHILDREN.I WANTED TO ADD, SINCE I DO NOT KNOW, THAT I HOPE ANNA IS IN THERAPY ALSO..SHE HAS TO HEAL ALSO AND LEARN TO FORGIVE AND ITS DIFFICULT. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

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  87. Well they wanted to speak about Josh since a lot of people bash the entire family for the things he has done so I see why they would make a statement about him on their website.

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  88. Josh is ho.e with his family and friends were he belongs. I am glad he's getting the help that he needs.

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  89. People keep saying they are thankful for Josh's progress, but the reality is no one knows if he has truly made any progress. The rehab program lasted 6 months--and that is what he did. Anna can forgive, prepare a new home, lose weight etc., but what if Josh doesn't want that? If he is not fully willing for reconciliation then I am afraid Anna is in for bigger heartache in the future.

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  90. My hope is that Anna does not take Josh's addiction to pornography personally. I have been married to a wonderful, Godly, kind, well-educated, financially responsible man for over 20 years. He still struggles with porn. I absolutely do not take in any way personal. I never feel threatened or de-valued. I never compare myself to those images. They are just that--images. They are not real, but I and our marriage is real. His sin( or mistake) is between he and the Lord--not me. I never condemn him or embarrass him. The way I see it every single one of us has an area of struggle. Most women in the Church I know sure do have a lot of "prayer chains" which are really nothing more than gossip chains. How about the number of women who are gluttons--because God's Word says to put a knife to your throat if you are given over to gluttony. My point is...we as Christians are so very quick to judge others who don't sin like we do. My best wishes for much happier days ahead for Josh and Anna.

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  91. I cannot imagine a marriage where one person is allowed to get away with something that annoys the other person to that degree. That's one partner giving 110% and the other partner giving 0%.

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    1. Anna is choosing forgiveness rather than living with the poison of resentment and unforgiveness and carrying a grudge. Forgiveness is more freeing for the one who is forgiving, in order to carry on with life.

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  92. I'd like to know it's fine for Anna to travel with her little baby to see her husband at his rehab facility without someone with her???? It seems in the past she was always televised going places with a sister or sister in law!

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  93. Oh, Anna, you are so very poised and love how you appreciate Grandma Mary's Christian model. Be strong and do what you feel in your heart is best for you and your children.

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  94. "Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone..."No one??? ...thought so...

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  95. Where will Joshua be living/staying upon release from Rehab? Does anyone know? Surely not in the "big house", around his sisters and small children. There needs to be a time of "proving" that he has truly turned over a new leaf. After all, he only just got released!

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  96. I prayed so hard everyday for God's forgiveness of your sins Josh. I know Anna is a strong wife. Please wrap your arms around her and beg her for her trust and forgiveness of your sins. God may never give you a chance to love again. amen

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