Amy Duggar posts cryptic quote about feeling 'hopeless and depressed' as she's snubbed from family party

AMY Duggar has shared an inspirational message calling on fans to "keep going" even when they feel "hopless and depressed."

After being snubbed from her extended family's Christmas gathering, the mom of one shared an Instagram post in which she reminded followers that "you won't feel this way forever."

"No matter how bad things are right now, no matter how stuck you feel, no matter how many days you've spent crying, no matter how many days you've spent wishing things were different, no matter how hopeless you feel, I promise you won't feel this way forever, keep going," it read.

Joy-Anna Duggar hosted a big Christmas gathering on Wednesday, but as well as Amuy, Joy's older sister Jill Dillard was missing.

Jill has been estranged from the family for some time as she broke her silence over the money she felt she was owed from TLC for her time on Counting On.

Amy has also spoke out about her decision to lead a life that opposes her family's strict values; both Amy and Jill are close.

"I had the best time with my sisters this afternoon. Wreath Making, Hot Cocaoa and Chick-Fil-A! Girls Christmas Party 2020!" mom of two Joy-Anna shared.

She posted a big group shot of the girls all holding their homemade wreaths, with younger sisters Jennifer, Johannah, and Jordyn-Grace joining their older siblings.

Sister-in-law's Lauren, Anna, Kendra and Abbie were also invited, as well as Joy's older sister Jessa and Jana.

Jessa's sister-in-law Faith, 14, was also in attendance, and stood alongside the Duggar's mom Michelle, while Anna's daughter MacKynzie beamed as she joined the group of girls.

Josie Duggar, 11, was seen in another snap while some of Michelle's grandbabies were also pictured, including Anna's girls and Jessa's daughter Ivy.

Joy's older sister Jinger was also missing, however she lives in LA with husband Jeremy Vuolo and their two children.

The Duggar family found fame on TLC; they are devout Baptists and the show frequently discusses values of purity, modesty, and faith in God.

The Duggars avoid birth control, saying they have decided to allow God to determine the number of children they have, and all of the children are homeschooled with access to entertainment such as movies and television limited.

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