Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) June 21, 2007
From beauty salons to bingo halls, it isn’t uncommon to hear women complaining about their significant others, be it a boyfriend, husband or ex. With one in two marriages ending in divorce, there’s obviously a huge, ready-made audience for a website where women can air their complaints and get divorce advice geared toward the average woman. Although many sites provide visitors with a forum to interact, there are none that solely function as an avenue where women can let it all hang out… until now.
ShouldIDivorceHim.com is a content-based website featuring a team of veteran writers who dish the dirt on the good, the bad and the ugly of relationships. With blogs such as Mrs. Bickersons’s Bitchings, The Ex Files and Do I Need To Slap You?, there’s a wealth of real-life writings that tell it like it is – from why couples divorce to successful marriage tips. Told from the first-person point of views of women from all walks of life, ShouldIDivorceHim.com finally offers an outlet.
“Today, divorce is the new black,” says Kim Droze, CEO of KMJ Interactive, the parent company of www.ShouldIDivorceHim.com. “It seems like nearly everyone is doing it or thinking about it. Marriage, or the downfall of it, is a life-changing event and we wanted to create a place where women could not only share their experiences, but also commiserate with others in the same boat.’
The brutally funny site features a scathing range of content including:
The Hag Rags — First person accounts from women living the dream… or the nightmare. Writers chronicle the trials and tribulations of marriage, divorce and everything in between from divorce advice for every woman, successful marrige tips and why couples divorce. Featured blogs include The World According to Kiki & J-Fed, Do I Need To Slap You?, The Ex Files, Mrs. Bickerson’s Bitchings, The Rantings of A Soccer Mom, Mrs. B.’s Bemusements, Justice & Truth Reigns and even something from “the other side” in Mystery Man’s Musings.
Free Counsel — The costs of therapy can add up. Why not get some complimentary divorce advice for the average woman from people who’ve been there, done that? Article sections include He Said What, Celebrity Trainwrecks, You Deserve This and more.
Is This Normal? — Our relationship expert Michele Hickford answers the ultimate couples riddles, ranging from why he’s so lazy to why he’s still answering to his ex. With a no-nonsense approach, she offers successful marriage tips and tells it like it is, even if it means cutting your losses.
Hall of Shame — Women can give him his 15 minutes of shame. Users are encouraged to submit the photo evidence of those downright dirty deeds. Sloppy… Sleazy… Selfish… Send in his sins!
Bitchin’ Boards — Welcome to complaint central, an interactive community where the nags come to congregate and get divorce advice for any woman, successful marriage tips and try to answer the question why couples divorce. Eagerly awaited, the ShouldIDivorceHim forums will launch within the month.
Although there are plenty of relationship websites, few take the unconventional approach of Should I Divorce Him, which even holds a weekly contest where women can submit their hubby or ex-hubby horror stories and win a award. Divorce is a serious subject, but that doesn’t mean you can’t laugh about it (between tears).
“There’s nothing fun about relationship problems. You want to scream. You want to cry. We’ve given women a place where they can get it all off their chest. For many women, this is free therapy,” Droze adds.
About Should I Divorce Him?
http://www.ShouldIDivorceHim.Com is the internet’s first destination and online community catering to the trials and tribulations of marriage, family and divorce with support for any woman, advice and tips for a successful marriage. A subsidiary of KMJ Interactive, the founding group is comprised of a team of seasoned internet and media professionals from a range of world-class companies including eDiets.com, Cox Media, American Media, CNN International, USA Networks, Autoweb.com, IBM and Sensormatic. The site features daily commentary from a host of seasoned writers, message boards, expert articles, relationship resources and more. Visit http://www.shouldidivorcehim.com for more information.
Kim Droze, CEO KMJ Interactive
Maria Nelson, President KMJ Interactive