There's also the health and cost sides to it, that I'd care about in a long-term relationship. ) so if you're smoking that, we're talking 00/year. There's no polite way to put this, but cigarette-smoke stinks. I'm not saying it's a definite show-stopper, but it's a reasonably large red flag. You know they didn’t smoke going into the relationship. I’ve always had deal breakers, but I recently realized how you can over look them if you really like the person. By entering this site you declare you are 18 or older, you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.More young women are smoking, as rates among young men continue to fall.22 per cent of women aged 25 - 34 smoke, up from 20 per cent the previous year, the latest survey on adult smoking habits published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveals.
Now I believe he’s trying to quit, but I don’t know how successful he’ll be and I’m not sure how to handle it. Since he started quitting before he met me, I know he’s doing it for him which is great. i want to support him, but not hound him about it either. If they pull out a cigarette and you can’t/don’t want to be around it, leave. You can ask them if they want to quit, or have thought about it, and try to be supportive, but don’t make them do something they don’t want to do. Understand that this is a difficult dating situation, on both parties. "It is certainly worrying that more young women are taking up smoking”, chief executive of the British Lung Foundation Dr Penny Woods told PA.”The introduction of drab standardised packaging from May this year should help tackle this, but more efforts are still needed.” "Smoking cessation services - the most effective way of helping people quit - are under threat around the country due to budget cuts.I also found that many smokers smoke because they tend to be compulsive; they like to do something when they feel bored.Certainly, we can all agree that smoking is an unhealthy habit to avoid so that we don’t seriously increase our risk for disease.