The "Counting On" series is counting on more courtships, engagements, marriages, and pregnancies. Ever since Josh Duggar's scandals broke the Internet, the patriarchy is in dire need of interesting storylines. Most of the older women are already beginning their lives with their husband and children. However, one woman is still living life single. Jana Duggar may be alone, but she's not lonely. She's in no rush to get a boyfriend or start a relationship. She has other priorities on her mind.

No man, no problem

Duggar recently talked to a magazine about her love life (or lack thereof).

While her other sisters are either married or engaged, she's chosen to wait a little longer. According to the "International Business Times," Duggar tells the magazine "Crown of Beauty," "I know how it feels to wait for 'Prince Charming' to come along. I'm still waiting. Waiting is not always easy." The young woman follows a strict set of rules and regulations, so hedonistic pleasures like drinking and premarital sex are forbidden. Her younger siblings have stayed true to their morals by adhering to chaperoned dates and curfews, not to mention an absence of physical touch until the wedding night. Why do people think Joy-Anna Duggar, a baby who's only 19 years old, will be wedded to Austin Forsyth, a 22-year-old baby, before her twentieth birthday?

Aside from the prospect of more views and better ratings, waiting can be difficult. However, Duggar is content with her life now; she has no worries.

Her relationship with her religion

Duggar will probably never join a dating site; she's happy in her otherworldly relationship with the trinity. Regardless of what the future holds the stay-at-home daughter will focus on her Good Deeds.

"We need to be busy with where God has us and being content and joyfully serving Jesus there," she says. She comes from a family who's heavily involved in acts of good will, and her own sisters have met their husbands on mission trips. Until she meets her man, she's focused on serving the people around her. She helps them, and they help her.

One of her favorite pastimes is community service, and she enjoys helping others in need of a clean bathroom, finished homework, or a late-night babysitter. She busies herself by doing good deeds for her family, friends, and acquaintances. She enjoys assisting anyone, though. After Sunday services she and her family will visit and entertain veterans, and their happiness gives her purpose. "It's been such a blessing," she says.