Hit back on a cheating partner with the help of a dating website that encourages cheated women to cheat back.
Extra-marital dating website gleeden.com was launched in Europe in December, and its creators believe that the key to happiness for victims of adultery is adultery.
It claims that it has tempted more than 220,000 subscribers in its first four months, with the French, and the Italians as its top followers, and it is being officially launched Down Under this month with 1600 already registered.
Gleeden is being touted as the "women's answer to matrimonial bliss", with the service being offered to women totally free, while males can join free but will have to pay to send emails and use the chat tool.
The sites founder Teddy Truchot said a group of women came up with the concept.
"Many women friends complain about their personal life and their marriage," the Australian quoted Truchot as saying.
"Most don't want to stop the marriage but they need something new, a new parallel life, a secret garden.
"The website exists for that type of women," he said.
But Melbourne clinical psychologist Dr Janet Hall has warned websites such as Gleeden make it "dangerously" easy for people to cheat.
"It gives them direct permission nothing is so tempting than to get revenge," she explained.
"Two wrongs never make a right," she added.