Quotes by: Laura Schlessinger
Schlessinger in 2007
||Laura Catherine Schlessinger
January 16, 1947
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
||Physiologist, Marriage and Family Therapist
||Stony Brook University, B.S.
Columbia University, Ph.D
||Radio talk show host
||16 years in national syndication
||Advice on relationships, moral and ethical issues, counsellor, political commentator, talk radio host, columnist, author
||Michael F. Rudolph, (m. 1972, div. 1977)
Lewis G. Bishop (m. 1985)
||Deryk Schlessinger (b. 1985)
||Monty (d. 1990, cancer)
Yolanda (d. 2002, heart disease)
||Marconi Award, Genii, National Heritage, National Religious Broadcasters, Office of the Secretary of Defense for Exceptional Public Service 
On the Day of Atonement, Jews are commanded to seek forgiveness from the people we have hurt.
Research indicates that most women want their man to earn more than they do.
Don't worry so much about your self-esteem. Worry more about your character. Integrity is its own reward.
Gay activists claim that because I don't subscribe to their political agenda, I am a homophobe, meaning I have a mental disorder - because that is what phobias are.
I want to be able to say what's on my mind and in my heart and what I think is helpful and useful without somebody getting angry, some special interest group deciding this is the time to silence a voice of dissent and attack affiliates, attack sponsors. I'm sort of done with that.
I'm involved in so many different things, and there are so many profound reactions to what I do because I am big counter culture.
It is typical of women to fester and ferment over disappointments, slights, annoyances, angers, etc.
Values are principles and ideas that bring meaning to the seemingly mundane experience of life. A meaningful life that ultimately brings happiness and pride requires you to respond to temptations as well as challenges with honor, dignity, and courage.
When men or women make their work their top priority and become hostile to the normal, natural needs of their children and spouse - obviously, something is wrong.
People from the most horrendous of childhoods can have good lives, but it comes down to a very seemingly simple word. 'Choice.'
This is all you have. This is not a dry run. This is your life. If you want to fritter it away with your fears, then you will fritter it away, but you won't get it back later.