Olivia Plath Embraces Her Party Side For The First Time

Everyone who has tuned into an episode of TLC's hit reality show, "Welcome To Plathville," is familiar with the ultra-conservative ideology the children were raised on. According to The U.S. Sun, the Plath family are strict Christian Fundamentalists, the same religion as the Duggar family from "19 Kids and Counting."

However, the Plath family is not as strict on some of the morals the Duggars hold dear. Kim Plath — the mother of the bunch — is often seen wearing pants for example, which Michelle Duggar would never be caught dead in!

Another stark difference between the Duggar and Plath families is that some of the children in the family have broken away from their parent's house and the conservative rules that follow. One of those rebels is Olivia Plath, the wife of Ethan Plath. She was raised in the same region as her husband (via Woman's Day), but recently, Olivia did something she never got to do as a teenager.

Olivia is stepping out of her comfort zone

Olivia Plath has spent the majority of her life in a religious sect that follows strict rules, especially for the children (via InTouch Weekly). With so many guidelines regarding her faith growing up, as an adult, she struggled with what she believed in. She took to Instagram to answer some questions from fans, where when asked about her religious beliefs, she had a lot to say.

"Growing up in a conservative, legalistic church left a bad taste of Christianity in my mouth," Plath said. "I don't want religion. I want nothing to do with religion. I want a relationship. I identify as a Christian, and I love Jesus. Jesus without all the c**p and rules and hate and judgment."

Now, Plath is making up for lost time. She was never able to go out with her friends when she was a teenager, but now, she is enjoying her freedom. In a recent episode of "Welcome To Plathville," Olivia hit the town with some of her friends.

In a clip on Twitter, Olivia revealed, "I've never gone out with a group of girlfriends to go out to a bar and drink." She added that she still is working on building an alcohol tolerance, as those in her religion do not drink. "I didn't have a normal high-school, college experience. So I've never been to parties or gone out to bars with friends or anything," Olivia admitted. "I never had the normal young adult years."