Michelle Duggar claims she’s happily married to her husband Jim Bob, but is their nearly 40-year marriage really a fairytale? Body Language Expert Dr. Lillian Glass exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com that the Counting On star seems sad and suppressed in a bizarre new video.
Michelle and Jim Bob congratulated their son Josiah and their new daughter-in-law Lauren Swanson while at their wedding over the weekend. “The way she looks up to him, she’s looking for approval,” Dr. Glass, who has not met the couple, told Radar. “Every move is made for approval from him. She’s so subservient to him.”
When Michelle talks, Dr. Glass explained how he “jumps right in” and “hogs the stage.” “He doesn’t respect her,” she said. “It’s quite sad.”
In the video, Michelle speaks in a soft voice until she mentions the couple having “grand babies.” “She wants to have these babies,” the Attracting Terrific People author said. “That’s the first time she speaks loudly. She’s not smiling when she says it. She seems sad.”
The communications consultant also explained how her smile throughout the video is “not honest.” “She doesn’t have a genuine smile,” she said. “Her teeth are clinched. Her eyes aren’t squinting. You can tell this woman is not happy. It’s so phony and so contrived. It’s frightening how repressed she looks."
Dr. Glass also commented that she “looks like a little girl.” “She’s stuck in regressed development,” she said. “Having a voice like that and a hairdo like that. She never grew up.”
Michelle, 51, who shares 19 children with Jim Bob, 52, has been open about how women should be submissive in their marriage. “In your marriage there will be times you’re going to be very exhausted. Your hubby comes home after a hard day’s work, you get the baby to bed, and he is going to be looking forward to that time with you. Be available,” she said on Today Show in 2014. “Anyone can fix him lunch, but only one person can meet that physical need of love that he has, and you always need to be available when he calls.”
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