My girlfriend's annoyed that I won't pay to repair her front door

DEAR DEIDRE: MY girlfriend’s front door is completely broken and she keeps saying: “If you loved me, you’d pay for it.”

I’m a man of 31 and she’s 30. We’ve had an on-off relationship for the past year.

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She has a son of five and he’s a great kid.

The problem is that she’s always looking after her best mate’s ten-year-old boy.

We arrange a date and I ask if we will be alone. She says yes but then this other kid is around long after her own child is in bed.

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I know her broken door is a security risk but I can’t afford to buy her a new one. I give her money when I can.

She only got back in touch when she needed money. I get little in return.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Explain that she must find a way herself to pay for the door.


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If she is unable to get work, she may be able to find help via Turn2us (, 0808 802 2000) which provides assistance to those in financial need with benefits and grants.

Her child’s father should support his son too. She should get in touch with Child Maintenance Options (, 0800 988 0988).

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