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How to Stop my BF's Smoking

Just like the title, how to let my boy friend quit smoking this time.
We knew each other for 6 years, and now is the time to marry.
I love him, and he loves me, too.
If I want a baby, then he still keep smoking is not so good.
Any suggestions? Thanks so much!
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replied November 14th, 2014
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

Quitting can be tough, but BUPROPION if started a week before target date, will help quit smoking much easily. you may discuss this option with your Boy friend.




wishing you best of health

thanks



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replied March 18th, 2015
Im not smoking
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replied April 10th, 2015
I quit 2 months ago and I did it cold turkey. I have to tell you, tho, that I don't think you can get someone to quit if they don't want to! I know people bugged me for years about my smoking--family, bf's, friends, co-workers, etc-- but I didn't listen to any of them. Finally one day I decided on my own that I wanted to quit and I did!
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replied May 4th, 2015
Talk to him honestly about the baby and the future. If he understands your arguments and the importance of quitting for your family, there's a good chance he'll give up.
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