My boyfriend smokes, and has done for at least fifteen years. It's possibly hypocritical of me, because I'm much more prone to addictive behaviour than he is, but I wish I could find a way to help him to stop. I tried telling him I wouldn't kiss him if he smoked, because that had worked for the parents of a friend of mine. I even put it into practice, but it didn't really help. He just got more careful about brushing his teeth. He has an eight year old daughter, and he doesn't want her to know that he smokes, so I've tried appealing to that, appealing to our relationship, talking about the health of it, none of it's worked. He doesn't ever smoke in front of his daughter. Before we dated, we were friends, and he'd smoke in front of me, but as soon as he knew I wasn't a fan of smoking, and particularly once we started dating, he stopped. It's been just over a year now, and he smokes when he goes to work, or is driving, but not at home or in front of me. I know that he's the one who has to make the decision. He talks about how he doesn't like smoking, though, and how he thinks it's a bad thing, and about how he wishes he didn't do it. Is there anything I can do to help him make the decision? What's the best way to help him carry on without it if he does make the decision?