That's according to an article on Huffingtonpost-dot com.
The website is marketed towards individuals who want to cheat on their spouse.
The company's slogan is, "Life is short, have an affair."
The site's founder says while Mother's Day might not have the romance factor of Valentine's Day or a wedding anniversary, he thinks the holiday compels women to reflect on how their husbands treat them as mothers and analyze whether their efforts are appreciated.
Divorce lawyer Laurie Puhn says if a man ignores Mother's Day, he generally isn't showing appreciation on a daily basis.
She says the act of not showing gratitude leads many couples to contemplate divorce.
Puhn said husbands just need to use their words on Mother's Day, like a heartfelt note.
Puhn believes every single couple will fall out of love unless they're conscious of the power of their words.