(one's) door is always open

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(one's) door is always open

One is always available to be of guidance, support, aid, or assistance whenever needed. Said especially by an employer or teacher to an employee or pupil. I know you've been going through some tough times lately, so if you ever need someone to talk to, I want you to know that my door is always open. Mrs. Spencer is a great teacher, and her door is always open if we ever have any questions or fall behind.
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"Please, our door's always open." Marie, who works in Greggs in Paisley, says this is the first positive news since she last saw him.
"If those climbers happen to find themselves with some spare time on their hands, our door's always open."
The door's always open. That's sort of the point of a church, isn't it?
Escobar, is played Wagner "I don't know if anyone from Scotland has approached us but our door's always open to any officer who wants to speak to us, just out of respect and honour for what they do for their country."
Table PS14.95, Annabel "Our house is literally party-central, where the door's always open. We're always either leading up to a festival, clearing up after a festival, or planning or having a party," says Jo.
Table PS14.95, "Our house is literally party-central, where the door's always open. We're always either leading up to a festival, clearing up after a festival, or planning or having a party," says Jo.
My door's always open. I've seen too many people who have been stuck in a place and slowly the passion in them dies.
And the door's always open to the base wet canteen.
"My door's always open, to the RSPCA, Animal Aid, everyone.
"For any boxer out there the door's always open, and it would have been open to Haroon Khan.
"The door's always open for a meeting, although to be realistic it would have to be on Paul's volition.
How come Angie's Den hasn't been really robbed before - the front door's always open? How did Derek manage to get in the shed when Martin had clearly taken the keys?