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Self Improvement franchise Dr. Laura Schlessinger has twenty million radio fans boasts swear by her sharp-as-nails style. But critics argue that Dr. Laura's quick-witted, intense rejoinderd to listeners are just the tip of the iceberg. They claim that talk show guru suffers from the Dallas Morning News slyly called "behavioral problems." Vanity Fair went even further, hallmarking the incongruity of her on-air messages and her life, claiming for example that, despite all her advocacy of mending family rifts, Schlessinger hasn't seen her own mom in fourteen years. Vickie Bane, who kept us so entertained and well-stitched in her Lives of Danielle Steel, attacks her subject here with a clinician's glee sparing neither private escapades nor public crusades. If past performance is any guide, Dr. Laura will not take this onslaught quietly.
— Michelle Faulkner