The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. The rest of the relationship is awesome otherwise, shes just sometimes hard to 'talk with' and in between the time I wanted to talk with her and the 'right moment' I came on here for advice, which was great advice. How did you start smoking? You can never make someone do something they don't want to do. You can't control someone elses actions, you can only control yours. I do love smoking though, but haven't had a cig in probably a year or so. Why do you smoke, and how did you get started? See which he likes best.
You'll suddenly come to the realization that you've become a smoker how the fuck did that happen? Couldn't believe it, I felt like. Idk if there's anything else I could do. Either she'll quit again, or she won't. My parents are doctors, and they told me that smoking is one of the worst things anybody can do for their health, if not the worst in all practical possibilities. It didn't have the same stigma then, my high school had a smoking porch and I can remember a handful of times when a teacher had bummed a cigarette from me.
She used cigaretters as a tool. You'd never do something as dumb as getting addicted to the dumbest, most loserish drug on the market, right? My H is the same. If u do then stop forcing something she doesn't want down her thorat. I took photos of her smoking just to remind me of it. She stank though and it really put me off her.
You are justified in leaving her because of her smoking problem. Tried it because I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I've since quit, thank goodness. Until that time passes and you need it again. I didn't only because it is so expensive I said oh what the heck, let's see if I can stay quit - and so far I have - we've been broken up since September, and to tell the truth, I think I'm done smoking forever, but it is very hard.
Maybe if you were a more open minded person about things, she would of told you. Now, as to what you can do? The only reason he doesn't smoke at home now, is that no smoking inside is stipulated in our rental contract, and the three times when he's tried to break that the landlord has been right there to clamp down on it I wasn't home on any of those occasions. Man, do u wanna die? I'm really upset, I don't really know why but it's really affecting me. I had a handle on that. He shows no sign of giving up so I can be pretty sure he wouldn't. I apologise if this comes across a bit preachy. Get her drunk, give her heroin, extacy probably missspelled and do other things!!! I've never even been tempted to try.
My very first cigarette was a peer pressure thing when I was about 13. The desire to smoke went away for quite some time. At this point, I might smoke 5-8 while at the bar, and that was only 1-2 nights a week, so a pack would last more than a week. Smoking is terrible for ur health, and many deaths are caused by smoking! I think you may well end up leaving her. On the other hand I never deceived him - we also met online and my profile said I was a smoker although never inside - and despite all my efforts, look where we are now. I had a lot of smoking friends, so I could always bum for a while, but when going to the bars got to be a weekly-or-more occurrence, I started buying my own so I didn't burden my friends. I thnk the problem started when you accepted the fact that she deceived you with the smoking.
Started off with smell, more lighters around the house 2. You are the one who has decided you cannot live with a smoker! You can also Private Message one of our Community Managers. Also encourages the us vs them feelings, too. My mom smokes, and I don't want to get anywhere near the point where I'd be smoking half a pack a day. Any advice on what I should do? Not for how you hope you can make her or what you hope to change her into. They were understanding, they tried to support him, they gradually had to step forward and be the bad woman who was out to spoil his fun and eventually it got to them and they left.
Your reaction is understandable, but being upset won't change her. We've supposedly killed the problem, but if you actually try reasoning with active smokers you'll see how utterly insane many of these people and how powerful addiction is on the brain. She keeps things bottled up inside, and won't share them with me very easily, I often have to argue with her about it before she opens up. It's a powerful chemical that can cause such profound discomfort nearly 6 months removed from a system. You love them all the more for how much the situation sucks. So, I've been dating my girlfriend for a year now, and I told her before we started dating that I won't date a smoker. Nowadays I sometimes go out with some of my coworkers.