DEAR DEIDRE: I CHEAT on my boyfriend because I have doubts about whether he is the right one for me. I constantly look on dating sites trying to fill the void.

I am 34 and he is 36. We have been together for six years but I struggle with the thought of having children or being married, though I know he loves me and would look after me for ever.

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We argue all the time and have very different ways of doing things.

We don’t even like the same things on television. 

After work, he only ever sits on the sofa, while I like organising things.

We cook separately and do our own food shopping.

He earns more than me but expects me to split all the bills down the middle, so I end up struggling.

I feel like we are not on the same team.

DEIDRE SAYS: He may love you and look after you for ever but that doesn’t make him a good partner.

The decent way to handle this is to stop seeing other men and sort out your relationship one way or the other.

While independence in a relationship is healthy, always doing separate things can pull you further apart. Why not suggest you take turns to cook for one another?

Money causes more rows between couples than sex does but it is only right he contributes proportionately.

My support pack Family Finances explains how to work out fair shares. 

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