Welcome to Bettyville, where every betty can be a bombshell. This is a safe zone where you can kick off your heels & work through your stuff when it comes to boys & breakups… the advice is frank, the topics are smart, and the vibe is simply sensational.
Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt? Come talk about how you made it through your breakup.
Take a little time to reflect with other bombshells just like you. Each month, we'll pick an inspiring book to read & chat all about it.
Having a tough moment & need a little group therapy? Ask away & let your fellow bombshells share their thoughts with you.
Need a boost? Come get inspired by tales of how style, nutrition, decor & travel got other girls smiling again. Share your insights too.
Have something you need to get off your chest? Spill it. We won’t tell anyone.
Need to connect with other girls who’ve been through exactly the same type of breakup? Infidelity, long-distance… you name it, we’ve got it.
Bettyville isn't a place for just anybody. It's a place where bodacious bombshells come to let our hair down & work through stuff together. It can get intense in here, which is fine… but we run a tight ship. Act a fool & we'll boot your ass out!
- Be nice. No bullying, name-calling, threats or harassment. We’re here to get through some sticky stuff and emotions can run high, but let’s all be ladies & treat one another with respect.
- No slander. When talking about the ex, leave his last name out of it. First initials and nicknames are best (we’re kinda partial to “Peter Poo Pants,” for example). We’ll sometimes focus on he-who-shall-not-be-named, but let’s keep it that way by NOT NAMING HIM. Your lawyer will thank you!
- Save your sales pitch. If you have your own business, or you make/sell queso or makeup or rings made of teeth, that’s GREAT… but seriously, this isn’t the place to sell it. You’re entering a no spam zone.
- Feel free to give advice — it’s what we’re here for, right? — & a little snark is fine, but don’t you DARE tell someone to do something idiotic to harm herself or anyone else. We’re about bouncing back & moving on… not saddling ourselves with regret. Keep the Louisville Slugger where it belongs & leave those headlights alone.
- Be empowered, and help each other out. If you see someone acting up, ask them politely to stop. If they won’t, tell us. We’ll take care of it straight away.