For better or worse, Anna Duggar looks to be sticking by her cheating, lying, hypocritical nightmare of a husband Josh Duggar, according to family insiders.
Josh's history of child molestation (of his own sisters) came to light earlier this year, torpedoing the family's popular reality series 19 Kids and Counting.
Anna stuck by him through that public relations mess, with the parents of three (now for) saying she knew of this and forgiven him for it long ago.
Things have just gotten much, much worse, however.
In the wake of recent revelations that Josh lived a "double life" and has been "unfaithful" to his wife, many critics have been urging Anna to run.
Even her own family is echoing calls for an exodus.
Earlier this week, Anna's brother slammed Josh Duggar in the comments of his sister Jessa's Facebook page, calling him out in epic fashion.
Anna's sister Susanna Keller, who was previously blackballed by the hypocritical Duggars for having a child out of wedlock, followed suit.
Both of her siblings did not mince words when it came to Anna's future, saying they would love to see her move out and move on from him.
Georgia mom Jessica Kirkland's open letter to Anna, which went viral, publicly urged the same thing, while acknowledging it won't happen.
Family sources quoted by People sadly concur.
"She is fully and permanently committed to her marriage and her children," an insider said. "Divorce is not even something that will be discussed."
Another source said Anna "doesn't get mad" at her spouse, because it goes against her religious belief that a wife should submit to her husband.
If you just felt the urge to hurl, you are not alone.
"You are not allowed to get mad," the source said, in what may be the most ridiculous excuse for "faith" of all time. "It's not godly for a woman."
Anna, for her part, hasn't addressed the scandal, and it's not likely she will, especially with Josh Duggar in rehab working on his "issues" now.
Expect the 27-year-old to come out of whatever treatment he's in saying he's a changed man, and his long-suffering wife to buy into it 100 percent.
Cults. They're pretty messed up.