Nowadays, Ginger Dugar and Jeremy Vulo are living a comfortable life in Los Angeles, arranging “paparazzi” pictures to enhance their image and brand.
A few years ago, before they were married, parents were punished for wearing plain clothes, they were in a mating.
Those who have followed Dugers for a long time are reviving some of the family’s past moments, often looking at old scenes through a new lens.
Recently, fans have noticed something that is a bit worrying – and a lot sad – about ginger
We all know that the Duggar family raised their daughters in a certain way.
Their poisonous worship of daughters to play the role of wife and mother and nothing else.
A huge part of preventing their children from making their own choices prevents them from having dating or normal social experiences.
Why is this relevant?
Namely, because the moment of counting on would never have happened if Ginger had been allowed to grow and develop as his own person.
Denying her basic human rights by her family’s extreme views, her animosities at the time of her marriage to Jeremy were … more than a little strange.
In a scene corrected by the radiators, Ginger was in the woods with her family.
He was living with his girlfriend Jeremy Vulo (some have called it “romance”, but it hasn’t earned that label yet).
Not yet married, never allowed to date, she took a simple sacred selfie to send her way.
Ginger explained that he was “taking pictures and videos” to send Jeremy.
At the moment, he and Jeremy are the parents of three-year-old Felicity and one-year-old Evangeline.
But in the clip – recorded when Ginger was already an adult woman who was not a married mother of two – Ginger felt childish and immature which was not her fault.
Reddit’s commenters couldn’t help but notice how Ginger’s attitude seemed to resemble that of a “middle school student” who was performing a “huge crush.”
“I’m sorry to hear that,” said one.
This second commenter goes into detail: “It comes down to a certain amount of immaturity.”
“With her age at that moment,” the commenter left, “it looks like a high school girl is crushing someone.”
“He didn’t play the Dutchbag in the early 20’s,” explained Radiator.
The comment concludes: “God, his parents raised him.” True
“She behaves like a middle school with a crush,” another character.
It’s “because at that point his parents let him go.”
This third commenter lamented: “It’s too bad.”
“Ginger was annoying in that episode,” wrote another.
“He talked nonstop about how much he missed Jeremy,” they complained.
Another shouted: “Jeremy sings a jingle song on a pillow wearing a Major League Soccer jersey, whispering hello, I miss you so much.”
During the first broadcast of Counting On, most of us have a good understanding of the Dugar family, church and religion.
Similarly, most of us have more time to observe and understand how this toxic upbringing has affected the lives of Duggar children.
Deprived of the opportunity of actual education, socialization or genuine psychological and emotional development, they are easy to control.
This means that they cannot learn how to deal with relationships. They cannot develop emotionally or sexually at their own pace.
Awkward moments, such as Ginger acting like a twin with a crush rather than an adult woman texting her future husband, are a natural consequence.
This awkwardness is also part of the plan. Those who cannot engage or relate to outsiders will only feel comfortable talking to members of the peer community.