I’m falling in love with my girlfriend’s mum – should I pursue a relationship?

DEAR DEIDRE:  I’M falling in love with my girlfriend’s mum. I know that sounds wrong but it feels like the only thing right.

I moved in with my girlfriend and her parents for lockdown. She said her dad drank too much. We’re both 25 and her mum is 50. Her dad’s 55.

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It went well at first but my girlfriend drank every night.

I came back from a run and the old man was slurring his speech and he had a real nasty look on his face. He was pushing his poor wife around. My girlfriend was joining in and then started swearing at me.

I’ve now realised this is the norm. My girlfriend and her dad are violent drinkers. I’ve been talking to and comforting her mother. I’m falling in love. Should I stay with my violent girlfriend or pursue love with her mum?

DEIDRE SAYS: Neither is right. This is clearly a volatile home and your girlfriend’s mum is twice your age. Have you thought this all through?

You’re there with your girlfriend, that’s all. If that relationship is over you should move out. It’s wise not to get close to another man’s wife while living under his roof.

Read my e-leaflet about dealing with problem drinkers and show it to your girlfriend’s mum.

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