Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth seems to get along well with her parents and do things the same as them when it comes to religion. It turns out that when she was younger she actually struggled a bit with the way that her parents did things. It isn't odd for a child to not agree with their parents, but the Duggar kids usually stay pretty quiet about their opinions. The fans get to know them on the show, but if there is something that they don't agree with then they don't speak out about that at all.

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In a preview for an upcoming episode of "Counting On," Joy-Anna is talking to her brother Joe.

It is pretty obvious that these two are close to each other. In this preview, Joy talks about how things were for her in the past. She says, "I can’t speak and cry. It’s terrible. First of all, I want to say that Joe, I’m so thankful for you. You really did change my life. Just through my teen years, I think I was having a hard time taking my parents’ faith as my own and you really befriended me as an older brother."

It sounds like they were very close. Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth said that Joe would check on her a lot and it really helped her through this rough time in her life. It turns out that Joe also inspired the kids to read their Bible. It sounds like he was very important with the children in the home and their faith.

It is going to be very interesting to watch "Counting On" next week as Joy talks about her struggles when she was younger and how Joe helped her through it all. With that many siblings, of course, you end up bonding with some of them better than others. It looks like Joy and Joe are the ones that bonded and they are still really close to each other.

You can tell on the show that several different ones are close to younger ones too from being their buddies.

Joy's faith now

Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth didn't really explain a lot about her faith now, but fans do know some. She has made it clear that she waited to kiss her husband until their wedding day just like the rest of the Duggar family has before getting married.

Austin and Joy also chose a strong name for their son that is from the Bible.

Are you shocked to hear that Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth is revealing she didn't always agree with her parents? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Counting On" when they air on Monday nights on TLC. This week is when everyone will get to see what Joy has to say about Joe and their time together when they were younger.