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I obviously don’t want him to quit for me, because then if we fight or break up he’d most likely jump back into it. He knows I’m all for him quitting, but when he mentions wanting to smoke, should I ask him not to? It’s not okay for you to get angry or annoyed at them when they do.

But here are some hints if you’re dating someone who smokes and you don’t, and then if you’re a smoker dating a non smoker. You knew this going into the relationship and it’s not fair to hold it against them.

For me, in a dating-context, being a smoker gives you a pretty big disadvantage.

To put that in perspective, if you marry a smoker at age 30, and they keep smoking until they die 50 years later, then we're talking more than a million dollars up in smoke. But of course, smokers are substantially less likely to become that old, although early-death is also not precisely a plus in a spouse.

Men consume more cigarettes however, with the average male smoker aged between 25-34 smoking 10.3 cigarettes per day, compared to 8.8 by women smokers in the same age bracket.

Male smokers aged 60 or over have the highest daily cigarette consumption, smoking 14.6 per day on average.

More young women are smoking, as rates among young men continue to fall.

Instead of worrying about if the person you meet will judge you if you light up a cigarette on your date, you can focus on the important things-truly getting to know someone!

But if you meet someone who smokes, you shouldn’t outright say, “No, I would never date a smoker.” When smoking triggers a physical reaction If you want to find a good relationship, the person you end up with will inevitably have some traits or engage in some behaviors that you don’t like.

Note that some men and women have a strong physical reaction to the smell of smoke, causing near-gagging or stomach-turning.

I have a lot of close friends who smoke and it drives me crazy, it’s such a deal breaker for me... I mentioned meeting James in a recent blog, and that he breaks a deal breaker. He’s quitting, but with how hard it is I still label him as a smoker. Don’t expect them to quit for you, or ask them to quit for you.

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.