Jill Duggar’s Current Stance With Her Overly Strict Family

Jill Duggar The latest docuseries “Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets” featuring Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard, together with cousin Amy Duggar and her husband Dillon King, unveiled lots of behind the scene bombshells on the Duggar family.

Right from the word go, Jill and Amy have always rebelled against the method Jill’s dad Jim Bob Duggar and his wife Michelle Duggar brought them up.

The new Prime Video docuseries exposed a lot, from the doctrines that were forced onto them in Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP), to their elder brother Josh Duggar’s molestation case.

Jill sat with her husband to share where she currently stands in her family after openly disobeying her parents’ strict laid-down rules.

Jill Duggar Spoilers — Where Jill Duggar Stands In Her Family

Jill has no expectations from her parents. She has given up hope on being called back because they realized their fault and how things should have been done. Back in November 2021, Jill Duggar described her relationship with her father as something that “got pretty toxic.”

And according to the 32-year-old, the toxicity began after she and her husband began making family decisions that were not in alignment with her dad’s opinions.

“I saw a whole new side to my dad once my husband and I started making decision that were best for our family, but not in his best interest,” Jill told the psychologist, according to the filing. “Sadly, I realized he had become pretty controlling, fearful, and reactionary.”

In the recent series, Jill who admitted to not being in touch with Jim Bob for almost a year now, said that there has not been any improvement whatsoever rather it changed for the bad. “Everything within the family dynamic has shifted—and not for the better.”

Jill Duggar Spoilers  – Derrick Dillard Confirmed It By Adding, “We’re Very Much On The Outside With The Family.”

Jill also went on to share what it felt like to be home-schooled in what was called Advanced Training Institute (ATI), where female children are being taught types of dresses that are not to be worn by women.

Jill said, “If you were in ATI or IBPL, unfortunately, a lot of times you have to go through hell, because it’s not until then that you would risk everything to get out of those situations.”

She continued, “Eventually you start making your own decisions—like the nose ring that I got—and it’s piece by piece, little by little by little, ’til…do what you need to, like, survive.”

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