Duggar Family Daughters Say They Avoid Men So They Don't Sin
Four daughters of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have written a new book to inspire young people across America.
"Growing Up Duggar" was written by Jana, 24, Jill, 22, Jessa, 21, and Jinger, 20, notes EOnline.com.
The young Christian women have starred with their 15 siblings and parents on the TLC reality TV series "19 Kids and Counting."
Part of their new book includes their rules on dating.
"It's easy to put yourself into physical and moral danger and give into those emotions or sensual thoughts that promise pleasant, but only temporary, fulfillment," the girls advise, according to the Daily Mail. "By censoring our thoughts through the filter of God's word, we will be able to recant any wrong thoughts or temptations that try to sneak in."
The young women also say they avoid men to ensure they don't sin but do "have a natural physical desire toward men" and "thank God for making us ‘normal.'"
The daughters also mention their struggles with weight as teens, their mother's battle with the eating disorder bulimia and their father's temper, reports Radar Online.