Other times I’ve discovered they are smokers by tasting the ash in their mouth on a kiss – which was really an unpleasant surprise.So, I guess my question is how do I better screen for non-smokers?If you rule out people who don’t smoke, the reality is that you are ruling out thousands – no, millions – of people!Yet the question about whether you should date a smoker is valid.I have always been against smoking as I saw what my Dad went through, he was a chain smoker for 33 years until he was set free when he (lucky for him) got very sick for 10 days and was hospitalized; when he left the hospital he thought he better not light another up as he had gone this far and made it! I never smoked and always found women who smoked a turn off.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.
Thousands of studies have been conducted on smokers and the results have found that smokers tend to struggle more with anxiety and depression than non-smokers.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 also found that many smokers smoke because they tend to be compulsive; they like to do something when they feel bored.Certainly, we can all agree that smoking is an unhealthy habit to avoid so that we don’t seriously increase our risk for disease.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.