My friend, let's call him John, has been a smoking addict since the age of 19, he is 32 now. I am with him almost every day as we work together and I have seen the effects that a pack a day has taken on him. He smells, no matter how much he tries not to and the obvious effects that come with smoking are evident. What I hate is that he is such a great guy and the best friend I could ever wish for. He does acknowledge his addiction but says he finds it difficult to stop. I don't want to confront him about it as he is an emotional fellow and I don't want to come off as if what he is doing is making me angry because if anything, it's just breaking my heart. What I would like to know is how could I confront him about this? What exactly do I say or even better, suggest he does? I don't want to make him feel bad or guilty. Thanks in advance. Regards.