Poll Results Show Marital Infidelity the Most Unforgivable Offense by a Spouse

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More than 50 percent of respondents to a poll conduced by leading free marriage advice website http://www.ShouldIDivorceHim.com said marital infidelity is worse than substance abuse, inattentiveness and lying

When it comes to marriage, the most unforgivable offense that a significant other can commit is marital infidelity. According to a poll conducted by http://www.ShouldIDivorceHim.com, an online community offering free marriage advice and catering to the trials and tribulations of marriage, family and divorce, an estimated 59 percent of respondents said cheating is the most serious impropriety above lying, substance abuse and inattentiveness.

Following marital infidelity, 16% of respondents selected inattentiveness, 16% chose lying and the remaining 7% chose substance abuse as the most serious crimes causing anger in marriage.

"In a way it holds true to what we're seeing on our support boards," says Kim Droze, KMJ Interactive CEO the parent company of Should I Divorce Him. "While most women continue to tolerate alcohol or drug abuse in their spouse, they draw the line when it comes to adultery."

"Lying, substance abuse and cheating all involve issues of trust. It just depends on how much a woman is willing to tolerate. In many cases, women can accept addictions yet they can't accept the idea of their husbands engaging in a physical or emotional affair with another woman," she added.

http://www.ShouldIDivorceHim.com has become a sounding board offering free marriage advice for many unhappily married women searching for an answer to the big question: "Should I Divorce Him?" While many women rely on family and friends for support, some women are not comfortable spilling the most intimate details of their marriage to people they know. With http://www.shouldidivorcehim.com, women have a safe place to discuss topics such as anger in marriage and marital infidelity anonymously and receive encouragement from women who've been there and done it.

"In a perfect world, women wouldn't have to deal with any of these issues. However, that's not the case. Many women are plagued by serious issues and anger in marriage, and it helps to have some place to go and vent and get free marriage advice. In many cases, there comes a time when women will throw up their hands and say 'enough is enough.' While we don't always advocate divorce, we also don't oppose it. A woman has to make the choice that is in the best interest of herself and her children, when applicable," Droze adds.

About Should I Divorce Him?

ShouldIDivorceHim.Com is an online destination and community catering to the trials and tribulations of marriage, family and divorce. The site provides free marriage advice from peers and experts as well as articles tackling the issues of anger in marriage, marital infidelity and emotional issues. 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.

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Maria Burnham Nelson, President KMJ Interactive
press(at)shouldidivorcehim.com
561-628-1106

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Kim Droze, CEO KMJ Interactive
info(at)shouldidivorcehim.com
954-298-9377

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