Michelle Duggar is hitting hard times after their show, 19 Kids and Counting got canceled by TLC.
According to a report by InTouch, Michelle has been experiencing exhaustion from all the negative reports plus the cancellation of their show that resulted from the sexual molestation scandal that made the rounds on the internet just a few months ago.
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Michelle expressed her thoughts on the family's website. She wrote, "Feelings of being overwhelmed flooded my mind. I cried aloud, 'LORD I NEED YOUR HELP, I can't do it all! I feel so inadequate!' Diapers, dishes, laundry, meals, clean up, school lessons, baths, hugs, kisses, correction...My list seemed to go on and on."
Facing hardship, Michelle believes that God is not abandoning her. She leans on her faith even more. In her post, she recalled a scripture that encouraged her to praise God and rejoice even in difficult times. After that, she said she went to bed feeling like the weight was lifted off her chest.
In May, police records showed that Michelle Duggar’s eldest son, Josh Duggar, fondled five minors, including his two young sisters, when he was a teenager. Soon after the molestation scandal made headlines, the Duggar family lost their TV show sponsors and eventually their income. However, the 48-year-old matriarch believes all hope is not lost. Duggar’s children are also helping to make ends meet. Some of the members of the Duggar family made appeals for donations while Ben Seewald and Jessa Duggar are overseas working on documentaries that show their life as missionaries.
Michelle is thankful for the people who are helping them right now, believing God has sent them angels to help them get back up. She said even her children’s piano teacher offered to help her do the laundry.