their "darkest secrets," which do run deeper than the one time one sister glared at another because she'd broken the curling iron. There are passages covering jealousy, anger issues and even a discussion of Duggar mom Michelle's past eating disorder. The girls write that, "you may think that kids like the Duggars, who are homeschooled and don’t watch TV or read secular magazines, are immune from feelings like that, but we’re not! We’ve experienced some of those same negative feelings about the girl in the mirror that you may be feeling right now or have felt in the past."
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Numerous portions of the book are also dedicated to modesty, that tricky, tricky subject. Say the girls:
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