From the Duggar's website: http://www.duggarfamily.com/2015/8/duggar-family-statement Long-term treatment. I'm glad. I'm also glad that his wife, Anna, has an opportunity not to live in the same house for a time so that she can get the therapy and counsel and support that she needs all by herself. I believe in forgiveness and marital restoration. I also believe it doesn't come quickly, easily, or without great cost. Here's what keeps my mind burdened. How does the church and the individual Christian family proactively prevent things like this from happening. It's my opinion that neither the church nor Christian homes tackle these problems before they start often enough. I won't go into the destructive teachings that went on in that home and homes/churches across the world. Either you understand it goes on or you don't. But what can the church - from a preaching and teaching and counseling and fellowship standpoint - do to protect families and to teach families to protect themselves?