That brings me to the point I think others have missed. Jade, the hapless call-in victim of Schlessinger's weird obsession with "what blacks do" and You voted for Obama", was asking for help dealing with a non-supportive husband. Historically I think you'll find that Schlessinger almost always will side with the husband in the relationship, telling the women to suck it up and be a good housewife. It's anti-feminist dogma.
That she doesn't seem to do this in her own life is, of course, obvious hypocrisy. Kind of like Newt saying:
"It doesn't matter what I do," he answered. "People need to hear what I have to say. There's no one else who can say what I can say. It doesn't matter what I live."
Moral: Don't be a morality scold if you have no morals yourself.
Note: I won't use "Dr." in relation to Schlessinger. Her doctorate is in physiology, not in counseling and guidance. And outside of the office, no one deserves to be called Dr. except for medical doctors.