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CouplesSpark gives you a forum to complain about your relationship — together

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Ever wish all those people who write into advice columns (like our very own Miss Information!) included the other person’s side of the story? 

The woman who suspects her husband of cheating could be called out by the husband who says his wife blew two other marriages this same way (and both of those guys still protest their innocence.) The dude who wonders why his girlfriend can’t get off from oral sex could be politely scolded by his lady, who might suggest he try asking her what feels good for her next time.

CouplesSpark aims to take that to a new level, which Mashable correctly calls crowdsourcing your relationship drama:

CouplesSpark allows guys and gals to voice both sides of the issue, and reap advice from other community users in order to come to a resolution.

…While you could have a huge public fight and subsequently poll the assembled gawkers as to who is in the right, that would probably be pretty uncomfortable for everyone involved. That’s where CouplesSpark comes in.

It’s a pretty simple concept — merely create an account and post your respective sides of the story (anonymously or publicly). Community members can then vote on who’s in the right, and voice their opinions in the comments.

Would any of you consider trying this out the next time you feel the urge to publicly vent?

Via.