Jeremy Vuolo Just Admitted He Tells Jinger Duggar Something Most Husbands Wouldn’t
Jeremy Vuolo and Jinger Duggar are arguably fans’ favorite couple from the popular TLC show Counting On. But, like any couple, Vuolo and Duggar aren’t perfect. Recently, Vuolo admitted that he’s extremely open with his wife, including telling her something that most husbands wouldn’t.
Duggar and Vuolo have been married for two and a half years
The Duggars aren’t known for long relationships or lengthy engagements. Most Duggars start courting and are married within the year. For Duggar and Vuolo, things moved even more quickly. The couple met through Jessa and Ben Seewald, and after getting to know each other for a few months, they began courting. Only a month later, Vuolo proposed to Duggar, and the two were married that same year. They wed in November 2016, and in July 2018, they welcomed their first daughter together. The couple will likely have more kids, but they hinted in a recent episode that they wouldn’t be having any in 2019.
The couple is extremely dedicated to their faith
Duggar and Vuolo both come from extremely religious backgrounds. Duggar was homeschooled her whole life, and Vuolo was homeschooled for most of his life he did attend public school for the last two years of high school. He then played soccer in college, and he admitted to living a very impure life when he was a young adult. He eventually found God once more, and he wanted to settle down, which is when he met Duggar. The two bonded over their religious values, and they’ve been deeply rooted in religion their whole lives. But Duggar has earned the reputation of the family rebel for seeming a bit more open than her siblings. She and Vuolo will likely raise their own children the same way they were raised.
Vuolo tells Duggar any time he has impure ‘temptation’
One interesting part of the couple’s marriage is how Duggar helps her husband work through any impure temptation of his. Vuolo recently said on Jeremy and Audrey Roloff’s podcast that once he and Duggar were married, he wanted her to help him with any kind of temptation he might face during their marriage. Now, whenever he feels he’s being impure, he lets Duggar know, and she helps him work through it. (Vuolo isn’t referring to cheating on Duggar, he’s simply referring to noticing other women in a way he shouldn’t.)
The couple has built trust through Vuolo’s honesty
Duggar and Vuolo’s relationship works in a very different way compared to most American couples. The two have a deep-seeded love for God, and Vuolo feels that any time he notices another woman, he’s being impure not only to his wife but to God. That’s why he tells Duggar any tempting thought he has about anyone else. Vuolo also said that it helps the couple build trust. “She begins to think, ‘Oh, if he’s struggling, he’s going to let me know, and I can fight with him,’” Vuolo said. He feels that being honest with her is the best thing to do, since honesty builds trust. The couple may have a different way of doing things, but if it keeps their marriage strong, then it’s hard to argue with his interesting approach.
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