Dating a smoker
“Men were slightly more likely to find smokers unattractive, though women weren’t far behind,” according to the survey, “with 54 percent saying smoking has a negative impact on attractiveness.” To find out where you should smoke and when should you consider pulling a Kojak , read the full report here.
You do have a few options: join a smokers-only dating site, go the less offensive e-cigarette/vaping route or unlock the tobacco shackles and quit.A few short weeks and the addiction is in full force.Now she wants to try to lose some of the weight she gained before she tries to quit again. Seeing her frantically needing a cigarette every ~30 minutes is amazing.From the stench of Tabacco on their skin, hair and clothes, wrinkled skin, yellow fingernails, deep hoarse voice and sickening "smokers" cough, I was repulsed.Over the years I became complacient as I was trying to meet people and date. Over the past few years I briefly dated a few women who smoked and it was not too bad to deal with.Sixty-one percent of women thought smokers were unhealthy, just slightly higher than men.
Additionally, only sixteen percent of women and twenty-one percent of men thought smoking was on trend.” Smoking might sound like a deal breaker with those stats, but very few people ever broke up with someone over tobacco use, the survey found.
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After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I am a non smoker who started dating a heavy smoker. I have had a very hard time dealing with this for some reason and feel it has changed me forever.
She tells me that she finally realizes that she needs to quit and she wants to do it, but that she needs to do it for herself and not for me or others. Do years or decades need to pass before she is finally ready? I do not think she will ever quit smoking any time soon...
Something really bad has to happen for her to even have a chance. As far as for me, I just can't deal with this anymore.
Every place we would go eat the first thing she would ask is if there was outside seating so she could smoke.