Just months later, he admitted to cheating on his wife, Anna, 28, using Ashley Madison’s adultery service.In May 2016, Josh and Anna announced that they’re working on rebuilding their marriage.
When I was younger (18-23) it was easier for me to dissociate feelings with sex.
I would be perfectly okay with no communication or not seeing someone again after a one night stand.
Now things aren’t as easy and I find myself becoming emotionally attached to the women I sleep with even though I know they’re not someone I’d be in a relationship with (and the same with them). I spent a year in Afghanistan from a deployment with the Army and I came back thinking everything was fine because I didn’t have any traumatic experiences.
It turns out I was worse than I thought, I was anti-social and separated myself from friends and family.
The face of Josh Duggar‘s Ashley Madison profile is suing.
Matthew Mc Carthy, whose pictures the former TLC star reportedly used on Twitter, OKCupid and Ashley Madison profiles, claimed that he was “humiliated” and lost work as a Hollywood DJ and photographer after Duggar, 28, revealed he was addicted to pornography.In the suit, Mc Carthy, 31, says his tight-knit Catholic family was “mortified” to see his mug on Duggar’s accounts, TMZ reports.Mc Carthy says he’s been harassed with nicknames like “DJ Duggar” and “Duggar’s Boy Toy.” Mc Carthy seeks unspecified damages for the wrongful use of his image.Mc Carthy’s troubles began in August 2015 when Duggar’s philandering and pornographic proclivities surfaced.He told Gawker: “A teacher of mine from high school messaged me on Facebook, who I haven’t even seen or talked to in year.And she was like, ‘Hi Matthew, I hope you’re doing well.