Jill Duggar is speaking out about something that was most likely an unpopular topic in the conservative Duggar household growing up.
But, the Counting On star is encouraging women to leave their husbands... if he is abusive.
While it seems like a pretty obvious solution, leaving an abusive relationship can be extremely hard.
But Jill is here to let you know that it can be done.
The 28-year-old recently revealed that her friend just got out of a life-threatening relationship with her spouse, and now she is advocating for all domestic violence victims.
Jill was quick to act and immediately posted about the situation on her Instagram stories, sharing statistics and resources for all out there who need help.
The series of photos read:
"A friend of mine recently shared on social media her story as a victim of abuse," she wrote.
"Thankfuly, she is out of the harmful relationship alive."
"Did you know? 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner," she added, and in some cases, they are not considered "domestic violence."
Jill then posted a screengrab from the Instagram account "Understanding the Narc" which offered a checklist to help people identify certain qualities in their partner, guiding them to whether or not he/she is a sociopath.
While this may be reminding you of popular Hollywood thrillers, such as "Gone Girl", this is real. This happens. And it is heartbreaking.
Jill, fortunately, took this chance to directly address her followers, telling them, "Don't turn a blind eye!" and "Support those who need help around you."
She continued to post statistics from the NCADV and phone numbers for victims to call, she even shared an article called, "Why Do Victims Stay?"
In the article, the organization explains why many victims stay, one of the more popular reasons being that women from patriarchial faiths and families often stay due to outdated gender roles and not believing in divorce.
Jill's call to action may seem out of place, as her family members are firm nonbelievers of divorce and definitely have outdated ideas on gender roles.
They also don't believe in mental illnesses or personality disorders... instead of turning to therapy or medication, the Duggar clan relies on prayer and home remedies.
But the fact that Jill is willing to recommend divorce and safety to women of violence is very telling.
To drive her point home and prove that she's not that radical, Jill ended her photo chain with a Bible verse from Proverbs 24:11 which read:
"Rescue those who are being taken away to death, hold back those who are stumbling to the slaughter."
National Domestic Violence Hotline can help victims, survivors of domestic violence. Call 1-800-799-7233.