That pretty much is a life sentence of stupidity; however, his foray into marriage counseling is just too stupid to comprehend.
Robertson tells a woman, whose husband is cheating on her, to basically just get over it.
Someone needs to inform Robertson that this isn't the 1950's anymore. And thank God for that.
So your husband is cheating on you. Well, does he provide you with a home (never mind she could well be making more money than her husband)? Does he provide food (with the implicit being she should probably stay home and cook it for the bread-winner too)? Is he handsome? (yes, believe it or not). Is he a good father (nevermind that he is setting an awesome example for his children with the affair)?
Just focus more on making the home a better place and being more attractive and since he's a lowly man (and men are prone to "wander" anyway), maybe if he had it better at home, he wouldn't have to stray!
You can't make this stuff up!