Duggar daughter Jinger, often posts on Instagram. Her life looks to die for, she’s got a beautiful baby and a handsome husband. And, it seems they don’t want for a few pennies either. Living in LA, they took to Californian life like ducks to water. But she suddenly promoted a book called ‘You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love.” Fans wonder if she feels inadequate and unfulfilled in her marriage.
Duggar – Does Jinger Duggar suffer from a lack of fulfillment?
TV Shows Ace often reports on Jingers’s happy-looking life. She loves her daily walk with her Felicity and Jeremy. Taken up in her darling daughter’s life, never a bad moment between the couple hits Instagram. But idyllic as they seem, could she suffer conflict? And, is that related to her religious upbringing? Written by Allie Beth Stuckey, Amazon notes the book tackles the issue of self-love.
Part of the synopsis of the book reads, “But the promise doesn’t deliver. Instead of feeling fulfilled, our pursuit of self-love traps us in an exhausting cycle: as we strive for self-acceptance, we become addicted to self-improvement.” Over on Reddit, plenty of Duggar followers spoke out against this sort of approach to life. After all, they can’t get over how appreciating themselves and enjoying self-love can possibly be a bad thing.
Aimed at Instagrammers and influencers, the book brings a strange message
The book, written for “Instagram influencers, mommy bloggers, self-help gurus, and teachers” claims that nobody can be successful, secure, and complete if they indulge in “self-love.” But reading it, some followers of the Duggar family wonder if Jinger struggles with her self-worth. After all, it seems no matter what the Duggar women do, they’ll always be second-class citizens.
In the Duggar world, girls become nothing more than cooks, cleaners, child rearers, and slaves to their husbands’ whims. Much like that relationship with husbands, the females are also required to trust in the word of God completely. This book brings an angle that only God can fulfill people. In fact, for some Redditors, it seems sad, as everyone’s got the free will to work on their own self-improvement.
Sorry for Jinger, fans comment
On Reddit, one person wrote, “doesnt it make you sad to know that this is actually how the girls feel… they will never be good enough for their husbands and anything that goes wrong is their fault.” Another one noted, “I have so much pity for Jinger [Duggar] and her hateful beliefs.”
What do you think about Jinger reading that book? Do you think that she’s not happy in her marriage? Is that why she looks for guidance about loving or not loving herself? Sound off your thoughts in the comment below.
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