(Unless you don't care that they are commiting suicide and will keep your concerns to yourself or you are just looking for a short term/fling) But if Long Term is the case, why even bother being with someone like this? I'm a doctor, and I've seen the negative results of addiction (smoking in this case) to the person involved and family and friends.One common comment made to addicts is, "Why should I care about your health if you won't? My fiance was addicted to chewing tobacco when I met him and because we didn't start out dating, I didn't care (although still it repulsed me), but when we finally decided to date, I pretty much told him it would be an issue for me to date someone who smoked, did tobacco, etc. 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.The whole ordeal has left me depressed and devistated.
Those alone killed our relationship), but with 5 relapses during that time and with her weaning herself off the meds, the inevitable happened. She tried to quit a few times since then (cold turkey) but kept going back.Smoking is a nasty habit, but it’s often very difficult for smokers to say goodbye to their cigarettes. According to a recent survey conducted by in partnership with Chantix, a whopping 92-percent of U. More than 60 percent of those singles surveyed said they would never date a smoker and eighty-five percent of non-smokers think dating someone who smokes is a “big deal.”First dates for smokers may prove to be more difficult than ever before. For some daters, smoking is an absolute deal breaker.Every place we would go eat the first thing she would ask is if there was outside seating so she could smoke.She could not even sit through a 2 hour movie without her needing a "smoke break" And to hear her constant cough and hear her deep voice all reafirmed that this was taking a huge toll on her health.The survey also revealed that a little over half off U. singles think it’s more rude to take a smoke break on a first date than it is to check your cell phone and nearly 90-percent of non-smokers do mind kissing a smoker after they’ve had a cigarette.