Perhaps she WAS on the rebound and got too deeply involved with the new guy too fast, but that's a moot point, now. The new guy isn't new anymore. Some rebound relationships last, sometimes for keeps. This might be one of them. If you're still carrying a torch for your ex, let her know how you feel and see how she reacts. She may not be all that happy with her current relationship and just biding her time. Who knows? Perhaps she regrets your breakup and would be willing, even eager, to get back with you. We're not fortune tellers, and the Magic Eight Ball is an unreliable source of answers. If she blows you off, I'm sorry, but time heals all wounds. But if you don't ask her, you'll never know and be nagged by I-wish-I-wouldas.
They do only if they arent the same guy you were just with
It could possibly be a rebound relationship if your break-up with him really upset him. However, if he was not that upset about your break-up with him, then this is just a natural attraction. Who knows, maybe he was seeing this person before you two broke-up.
The best way to know is knowing how much time passed between the time when his old relationship ended, and when yours and his relationship began.If it was a period of less than two weeks, it is possible it is a rebound relationship.
It was obvious he was not over her and still wanted to be with her unfortunately you were involved in a rebound relationship with him.
Rebound in your love life means when you date too soon after a breakup. It is dangerous to date right away as the relationship doesn't usually last and the person is just filling an empty space.
well if its been a year into your relationship then he must really see something in you.And 3 months after a relationship ends its not a rebound, if it was about a week or two then yeah.Another thing and if it was a rebound he would of ended up with his ex again
IT ALL DEPENDS ON WHAT TYPE OF PERSON YOU ARE. SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN IN A LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP WITH SOMEBODY AND HAD A BAD BREAKUP MIGHT NOT KNOW WHAT IT IS LIKE TO BE ALONE AND THEY TEND TO SEARCH FOR SOMEONE TO FILL IN THAT SPOT TO MAKE THEM FEEL SAFE. ME PERSONALLY IF I HAD BEEN IN A LONGTERM RELATIONSHIP I WOULD NOT WANT TO BE IN ANOTHER FOR SOMETIME. IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOU AND WHAT AND WHO MAKES YOU HAPPY DONT WORRY ABOUT WHAT OTHER PEOPLE MIGHT THINK. a day, a week, a month you should at least take three months to a year to yourself That depends. If you're just seeking someone to be with, more of a replacement for a previous relationship, it's probably rebound. If it's an attempt to get past the breakup blues, it's definitely rebound. If you've managed to get past the breakup blues, looked around for a while and found someone you actually want to be with, it's probably not rebound. There isn't some magic number like 17 days after breakup, or 3 months or 5 boyfriends. It's all about where YOU are inside your head.
If you are entering into a relationship on the heels of ending another one, that is the definition of being in a rebound relationship. In essence you have rebounded from your past relationship into your new one.
A rebound relationship can be either person.
no his relationship wont last!
A rebound boyfriend is where a girl and a guy break up and the girl gose out and gets anothe rboyfriend that she dnt really like, and she acts like it be she dont mean anything that she dose so there for hes a rebound... ]