Smoking Paradox

Can I really be in love with a smoker when the neighbor's smoke disgusts me so much?


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That's up to you

Feb 16, 2020 at 1:03am

It's your love and whatever regulations you want to place on it for whoever you decide to place it on. The real question is; why should anyone love you in return rather than love someone else who simply accepts them as they are faults and all?

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You should know your own heart

Feb 16, 2020 at 1:17am

It's not a matter of whether you can or can't. You just either do or you don't. If you really have to ask yourself such a question then you probably don't love them, and are just more likely to be in lust with them.

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When you love

Feb 16, 2020 at 1:43am

You should never expect or ask anyone to change themselves for you, however when two people love each other compromises can be met. Encourage them gently but don't require them harshly to quit. Just have them take all the necessary measures to keep their second hand smoke away from you until they find the desire and will within themselves to quit on their own. That you should be able to tolerate and live with.

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Puff puff

Feb 16, 2020 at 3:19am

Maybe he will quit for you.
Or cut down..
I mean quit.
Puff puff.
Quit. :)

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Yes you can

Feb 16, 2020 at 9:00am

I was in love with a guy who smoked too. Although I couldn’t stand the actual smoke, I could kiss him after he smoked and it didn’t bother me. Chemistry between two people is extremely powerful.

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I'd quit

Feb 16, 2020 at 9:38am

For her in a second.

But she is spectacular

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Feb 16, 2020 at 10:35am

Probably, it's other things that you love about them, not their smoking habit.

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Feb 16, 2020 at 10:59am

its called hypocrisy

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Feb 16, 2020 at 1:32pm

Just show him a list of some chemicals in cigarettes. If that doesn't turn him off smoking he's developmentally disabled.

Acetone—found in nail polish remover

Acetic acid—an ingredient in hair dye

Ammonia—a common household cleaner

Arsenic—used in rat poison

Benzene—found in rubber cement and gasoline

Butane—used in lighter fluid

Cadmium—active component in battery acid

Carbon monoxide—released in car exhaust fumes

Formaldehyde—embalming fluid

Hexamine—found in barbecue lighter fluid

Lead—used in batteries

Naphthalene—an ingredient in mothballs

Methanol—a main component in rocket fuel

Nicotine—used as an insecticide

Tar—material for paving roads

Toluene—used to manufacture paint

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I asked my fiance

Feb 16, 2020 at 9:58pm

to quit and he did. I think he's glad - he feels healthier.

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