Dating was disrupted by smokey rooms – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: I am a single father. In the past six months, I’ve met an amazing woman.

I am 45 and she is 41. She has no children, but she is very close to her brother, sister and younger nieces.

They are a very close family. They meet on Sunday.

The problem is that her father is a chronic smoker. He smokes in the house to the point where you can’t breathe, and you’ve been left gasping for air.

I have stopped going home and will not bring my children there. She is well aware why I don’t visit this house, and asks her parents where I am and why he never sees me.

This causes a lot of tension between us, as well as some fights.

I was told that talking to her father and asking him to stop smoking is not an option.

what should be done?

My dad is a non-smoker

my dear father: No, you shouldn’t ask this guy to quit smoking. It’s his life, his home, his addiction.

The very simple explanation for not being able to visit this house is that you have a dangerous reaction when exposed to smoke, or leftovers from it.

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