She smelt like it all the time, everything she owned and wore smelt like it, and it was literally as close to kissing an ashtray as I could imagine. Wondering if there's life after 6 months with the same person?I can't stand the smell, even on clothes, hands etc, let alone breath.I told myself never to date a smoker, and I haven't but, will it really bother me? By all means, I would never tell my guy from the beginning "quit it or else," but should things progress I would ask him to tone it down, like smoke one less a week, or every couple days, etc.Becoming intimate with your new partner can be a very exciting time in a young relationship.
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I've personally tried to date somebody that smoked even though I, like you, said that I never would.
It pretty much ended up being the biggest reason that things didn't work out.
I have many good friends, but have never had a relationship of any kind. Well I'm a male I'm 46 and I'm just letting everyone who feels like they just want to talk to someone I'm here I can provide my cell phone number.
Obviously I know dating is much more difficult for those of us with vision loss, but I can't help but feel disappointed that I haven't experienced any kind of romantic relationship by this point in my life. I don't know how to communicate with people with vision impairment.