What is a rebound relationship?
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- Definitely, in my experience a rebound is getting involved before resolving the effects of a break-up. A rebound puts a band aid on the misery and then shoves it away since there is now someone to love and be loved by.
- I think the wisest course of action for the newly separated or divorced is just to be alone for a while, as long as it takes, until we've gotten rid of our ex-partners from our hearts, completely, and know who we really are. You need to make slow progress towards wholeness, not hiding from the pain when it comes.
- I met a man who wanted to use me as his rebound. He was very anxious to see me again after we first met, and I didn't know about his situation at first. One strange thing was that he wasn't very interested in sex. Instead he wanted to hold me all the time, like he was missing closeness. I had a strange fake feeling when he held me so tight. I was doubting if it was really me he was holding. I wished I could help him, but I decided to go with my instinct and end it.
- A rebound relationship is when the man or women is still suffering pain from an ex and decides to get involved right away to someone new so that they can distract themselves from their pain. It is counterproductive because a new partner won't take away that pain, they can only soothe the pain until he or she completely heals. When they do heal, they will no longer need or appreciate the reboundee's comfort.
- Be very careful about dating divorced men and make sure you are not one of the first relationships they have after the divorce. Spare yourself the pain.
- Be cautious when you know someone recently got out of a relationship. Don't let your guard down and take things extremely slow. And for those who have recently been through a gut-wrenching breakup, always remember that no matter how miserable you may feel life goes on and there are a lot of people out there ready to make you happy.
- A rebound is kinda like picking up the pieces after someone gets their heart broken. You have to comfort the person until they start to like you for you.
- A rebounder will not necessarily know they're using you. As the rebound person, you need to be the stronger person. Be in control of the situation, and be straightforward and honest with your rebounder. Most importantly, if you want it to succeed, never pressure that person. Show them how strong you are and how serious you are about not wanting to be a rebound. If they see it from your perspective (and not their own), they may end up thinking twice before hurting you. Oh yes, one last thing: keep in mind that if you have been dumped as a rebound, it has absolutely nothing to do with you. The rebounder is the one who has the issues.
Recently out of a relationship & on the rebound.
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 in a relationship is when u have someone to go out with rite after u det dumped or break up with the person ur with
Can a rebound relationship also be defined as one entered into by the person who ended the prior relationship or does the term just apply to the person who was rejected?
A rebound relationship can be either person.
no his relationship wont last!
if you feel that a person is with you because they came out of a relationship, and know that you'll say "yes", then you're a rebound
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.
If you met your boyfriend 3 months after he split up with his ex and its now been a year into the relationship and he's still friends with his ex is it a rebound relationship?
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
Rebound and they rarely last, except for mine.
Most of many rebound relationships don't last as long as any normal relationship. As a matter of fact if a rebound relationship is even set up as a male being with two females or a female being with two makes while one is a rebound it could be considered as cheating. It's kind of like having a friend with benefits and still being in a relationship with another person. Once the other person your with… Read More
That depends on whether you're on the rebound and trying to avoid new relationships, or you don't want to be a rebound relationship. If you've recently broken up with someone and want to avoid jumping into another relationship you need to remember to stay strong and understand that you need time and space to heal. Yes, having someone there right away may feel good and right, but that could be because you're used to having… Read More
stop sleeping with random people!!!
more details are needed to make an accurate answer.
They do only if they arent the same guy you were just with
What is the word for the temporary relationship that many men have between a divorce and a lasting new relationship?
Could be rebound, transitional, fling or even lonely.
You don't know. Many people marry the rebound people. Go and discover yourself and find your life away from the ex. There is a reason you aren't together.
It could be, it depends on many things, including how long you two dated, and how serious you were. It is possible he is trying to make you jealous, just ignore it, you dont want to let him see that he is upsetting you. While you all were together he might have been already cheating on you It doesn't necessarily mean that this new relationship is rebound. I know it hurts but he may like… Read More
How do you know when your ex's rebound relationship is no longer a rebound and you'll never get back together?
Why bother waiting around to find out! Get out there with friends and get noted socially and eventually you will meet some nice guy. In the meantime it's possible your ex could come back if he sees you aren't losing any sleep over him. Answer Who cares? The minute he gets into a relationship, you have assume it's not a rebound and move on. Go out, meet some guys. If it is a rebound, he'll… Read More
I would say its 50/50.
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.
I ...if your recently getting out of a relationship or you know that your relationship is ending and you are out looking and you meet someone....then that relationship will most likely be a rebound type relationship. if you still have your ex in your heart and you have not closed that door to love then that person your dealing with will definitely be a rebound...Trust me you will never fall completely in love with him/her… Read More
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.
to be the one and not the rebound it would have to unexpected you would have to not want it that's how mine is, he watched me for 3 years get emotionally abused.. but we were really good friends and he loves me and has for 3 years i was with someone else
my ex is in one for 1.5 months, so I'm not sure
don't make another person cheat..plain and simple.
Wait to ask her out or it will seem like a rebound kinda thing ;)
What do they call the time right after someone breaks off a relationship or gets divorced and before they get into another one?
on the "rebound"
I'm dating a girl who just left a bad relationship and she tells me she likes me a lot and I like her a lot and we spend a lot of time together but how do I know if she's real or on the rebound?
ask her Time will tell whether it is a rebound. Do the best you can to keep the relationship positive without spending time discussing the past boyfriend. Be sure to include different activities and friends as you slowly build your relationship.
Would it be considered a rebound relationship if you took three years off of time to be by yourself ofter a break up?
i wouldn't see it as a rebound relationship, three years have passed, if you've been by yourself then obviously you wasnt ready then, but if you can see yourself in a happy relationship and it is leading somewhere, then go for it. its your happiness. rebounds are normally quick flings after spliting with someone after a week or two, not three years. C=
Really, it all depends on the situation. Sometimes it will, and sometimes it won't. You may have had a sticky relationship in the past, but now are ready to try again, this time with a different strategy.
Very painfully. You have to accept the fact that this person was or is not ready emotionally. They haven't completely healed from their past relationship. You have to try to walk away and find someone who is available emotionally.
I don't know if a year gone by can be considered a rebound, but it may have more to do with your feelings after the breakup. Rebound relationships are usually defined as dating someone while still bouncing back from losing another person. But you left your ex-husband, so chances are, a year later, you're not on the rebound anymore. But, of course, only you would know whether you were or not.
If a guy just came out of a relationship which had been rocky for about six months would going straight into another relationship always mean he was on the rebound?
yes unless he had cheated on the previous girlfriend with the current one.
well, rebound relationship have a 15% out of 100% working because you might really like the new person your with but your going to spend most of your time thinking about the other old he/she which might cause some trouble for ms./mr. new new.
It's their life and relationship, there is really no reason for you to react in any way. You may have your opinion about it, but they probably don't want to hear it. Particularly if it is negative. Depending on what kind of relationship you have with this person, you might state your feelings about it, you concern about the rebound relationship if that is what it is and let it go at that. They probably… Read More
Not necessarily. If they left you for someone else that would indicate they are just moving on - as you should.
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.
Remeber that if he dumped you, he's missing out. And if you dumped him, give yourself sometime, see how you feel about other people, and dont try and jump into a relationship for rebound sake or to make him jealous.
There's a famous saying. Time is the greatest healer. For most people this is true. Some may also find that having been in a rebound relationship has helped. Don't seek out a rebound unless they know the story as this is not fair to them. Answer You don't ever forget someone you love.
When the person memory of the last relationship is so vivid it seems like there taking to the person and not you. You know it is still so fresh the break up
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… Read More
My ex girlfriend got with another guy as soon as we broke up would it b a rebound or really moving on and after 2 wks she still with him n she doesnt call or txt me anymre?
Your ex-girlfriend could be in a rebound relationship or maybe she did move on. If she is not calling or texting you anymore, it is time for you to move on also.
English has an idiom: to be on the rebound, which means to be vulnerably heart-sore after a loss, particularly after the break-off of a relationship.
well what make you think you were a rebound?
It's when he has been in a relationship which has ended and he goes very quickly into a new relationship. He may not particually want to be with that person but is so used to being in a relationship that he "Rebounds" from one relationship to another. Imagine the guy being a ball that rebounds off of a goalpost. The ball could go anywhere and end up with anyone. Sometimes these relationships work, sometimes they… Read More
U shouldn't but it if u do oh well......it all depends on if u think he's right for u.........LOVE.....
That depends a lot on whether your son has asked for your help. If he has not, then back off and simply be there if he wants to talk about it. If he has asked for your help, answer any questions he has, and do not criticize him.
Anyone who reaches out for help and is willing to receive that help whom is in an abusive relationship should get that help, and there are resources both online and in the community to access the right kind of assistance.
What is the definition for "there was no guarding or rebound?"
if the ball bonces of something or someone.thats a rebound.