Amy, 31, and Dillon, 30 are just three months shy of celebrating their three-year wedding anniversary. But Amy exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com that she once questioned if their relationship was going to last.
"After my mom and dad's divorce, I was so scared," Amy confessed. "Dillon and I would argue. I thought, oh my gosh, we're going to get divorced."
The rebellious Duggar cousin opened up to RadarOnline.com about the "rough patches" she endured with Dillon in their first couple years of marriage.
"We couldn't communicate," the former reality star confessed. "Communication is one of those things where it just takes time to learn each other. We thought we could just do it on our own."
Amy continued that part of the reason for the couple's struggles was that they didn't understand each other.
"Dillon didn't know where I was coming from," Amy admitted.
Of course, the couple's marital issues played out on camera when they joined Marriage Boot Camp in 2017. The former television star said she is "so grateful" they joined the cast.
"Marriage Boot Camp kind of helped us just focus on us and fix the rough patches," said the star. "We are better than ever now."
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Amy said 2018 marks a year of "new adventures" with Dillon.
"Dillion and I are golden right now," she gushed.
While the famed Duggar cousin seems to be in bliss with her husband, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned she is currently strained from her famous relatives. A source spilled to RadarOnline.com that she was recently silenced from speaking about the family.
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