Falling in love too soon after falling out of it?




A lot of people go through a rough patch after a traumatic breakup, especially if they have had a long-term relationship. It can also leave both the people feeling loveless. This is when half the people take help out of a rebound relationship to stabilize their emotional or physical needs. But there is enough evidence that 90% of the rebound relationships fail within the first three months? Does this make you wonder if rebound relationships are unhealthy and unproductive? Do they work out for the best? We've got answers to your questions. Read on!


01/ The purpose of a rebound relationship

It helps you improve your well-being and self-esteem. It provides solace, intimacy and social stimulation during the healing process. It also prevents unhealthy reunions with exes. Rebound relationships give you an opportunity to figure out what type of person compliments you, which is impossible to do when you are single. It even helps a person deal with their attachment anxiety and recover faster as they feel more desirable.

02/ Signs of a rebound relationship

If you wish to know if you've unknowingly been in a rebound relationship or known someone who's been in one, these are the signs that will help.
- Getting into another relationship soon after a breakup.
- Dating something to make your ex feel jealous.
- Getting involved with someone casually, just for physical needs.
- Not being honest with the new partner about getting out of a relationship recently.
- Not knowing much about the current partner.

03/ A rebound relationship works

If you are open and honest with the new person about your past and recent breakup and the reason to choose a rebound relationship.

If you know that your previous relationship is 100% over. You will grieve but won't dwell on it.

If you are fully engaged in the new relationship and aren't reacting on the loss of the old relationship.

If the previous relationship ended on a good note for you.

04/ A rebound relationship will end terribly

If you get in one expecting the new partner to make up for the shortcomings of your ex.

If you start dating someone instantly after a breakup with chronic fear as well as anxiety that the new person will also end up treating you the same way your ex treated you.

If you move into a new relationship but aren't true to yourself, you could be an emotional wreck and you aren't thinking clearly.

If you are vulnerable and keep thinking that your new relationship will never work.



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