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The four oldest Duggar girls of the popular TLC reality TV show "19 Kids and Counting" share never-before-told stories about how their family applies biblical principles to guide them through all of life's challenges in their new book, , which is out this week.
In their book, Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger share the life lessons they've learned from their parents and mentors in an effort to better the lives of teenagers who are struggling with relationships and social pressures.
We've received a lot of emails, letters, phone calls and have conversations with people asking such things as, "What do I do with my 15-year-old daughter? We've asked our parents to share what they've seen as being vitally important in our lives with raising each one of us.
As the parent, you want to have that role and to offer godly counsel.Talking to that person, going to them like it says in the Bible in Matthew 18, and not gossiping about them to other people – it's so easy to do, especially for girls, to go and gossip to other people.Taking the initiative on your part, as a young lady, and going to that person not in anger, but in a considerate manner and talking with them if you've been offended.We include such things as: Is he a man who is slow to anger? We try to help young ladies to take a look, stop and see and not just say, "This guy is being really sweet to me, and I just love him so much." But really, you need to stop and think and know that before you go any further with courting or dating a person, you need to consider some of the guidelines that you want to have down for a potential partner or a potential spouse.