It is very important that a hadith or any other ref quoted in an ans is correct not only in its content and intent also in the deductions drawn. Sani Tj has quoted a hadith in her ans above which is WRONG in its content - hence her deduction that a woman can ask for divorce without any reason is not only FALSE, it is MISLEADING. Now, this is a very serious matter for the person concerned, for whoever acts upon such an advice, the burden of sin would also be on the person who misleads.
Correct hadith [Bokhari:7:197-OB] states that, narrated Ibn-e-Abbas(RA): The wife of Thabit bin Qais came to the prophet(SAW) and said, 'O Allah's Messenger! I do not blame Thabit for his defects in his character or his religion, but I, being a Muslim, dislike to behave in an un-Islamic manner(if I remain with him)' On that Allah's Messenger(SAW) said- - - -. The intent of her asking for divorce was her fear of accountability ,on the Day of Judgement, for her duties towards her husband which she considered impossible for her to fulfill and therefore she decided not to have a husband in order to keep away from Hell-Fire.
I would advise you, Sani Tj to seek Allah's forgiveness in this context, irrespective of whether it was out of ignorance or otherwise. My advise to all is to ex utmost care when speaking on Quran and sunnah.