So, I smoke. No big surprise there with the stress in my life. I'm addicted, yes, I know. I need to quit for the better of my health--yes, I know. Basically, I got an e-mail yesterday from the co-worker that shares my office with me. She basically asked me to stop smoking during work hours. I replied back saying I'm open to any suggestions but she couldn't give any. In any case, what should I do or say? I smoke on my breaks, away from the building in fact! I actually smoke in a little alley because I am aware of second hand smoking and all that. I know she's a health nut, and has mentioned that she doesn't want to endanger her well-being to second hand smoke (I don't think I can really call it that but I s'pose I understand). In any case, she went further on saying how she's a little bit allergic to smoke and that sometimes when I come from breaks I don't smell like smoke and sometimes I do. She sits right next to a window, so I don't know why she doesn't open it... So I guess... my question is: should I stop smoking during my breaks because she's asking me? I've never been in an awkward social situation like this in a work environment so any help is appreciated.