We all do foolish things, but now there is a 3rd person's feelings here so you and your ex must tread carefully. I personally don't think either of you have the first clue as to what love is. Most people will argue, shout, slam out of the house, stay away for weeks or months, but few rush off to get married unless they've had someone on the side all along. People that love each other can be super angry at one another, but, they go off and cool off and don't get married. Sounds like you had a real rough ride the first time around with him, so what makes you think it will be different now? If he has told his wife about what is happening and wants a divorce, then the worst is over (feel badly for the other girl) and if you both are insistant about being together at least take it slow and easy and take at least a year to get to know each other once again. My bet is, neither of you have learned much in this past year. Sorry to be crude, rude, and to the point, but you gotta feel sorry for this other woman. Whether your ex comes back to you it's obvious he's not staying with her. My ex and I have spoken only once since his marriage. This is how I know we still love each other. We're not seeing each other. He is married and he plans to hold up his vows, as far as I know. I saw a counselor after this breakup. He said that after a breakup, regardless of the person who ended the relationship, is vulnerable. He said in his many years of practice he has seen this type of rebound marriage many times. He also said, after the breakup and both are vulnerable, you can meet a manipulative person who can tap into your vulnerability. We had a 5 1/2 yr. loving relationships, the last 9 months of those yrs. were not good due to me changing my job, moving, selling my house, and going through just a lot of life changes. As much as I still love him, I don't think I would reunite. I want a healthy relationship with an emotionally healthy heart. This just has been a horrible event because if I had to do those last 9 months over again, I don't think I could do them differently. He told me during those last months of how lonely he was because I was not putting him first.
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.
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.
A rebound in basketball is when a player gets the ball after a missed shot. Usually taller players will have an advantage when it comes to getting rebounds so they will average more rebounds per game. There are two types of rebounds, offensive and defensive. A defensive rebound is a rebound that you get after an opponent misses a shot and an offensive rebound is a rebound a player gets after one of his teammates misses a shot.
This is a hard one. Everybody feels down and depressed. Your heart desires someone who isn't quite suitable and because that person is there for you, you feel a connection with them. You meet up with this person quite a lot, since your breakup, but deep down the blonds are not what you are looking for. All you are looking for is a bit of fun to get over your ex-girlfriend/ ex-boyfriend. Wiki suggests you should rebound with a random person.
A rebound date is a date one goes on immediately after a long-term relationship has ended with the aim of distracting oneself from the heartache of the breakup. Furthermore, as a rebounding person is trying to fill the sudden hole in their love life, often in desperation, they might not be as discerning as usual and may make impulsive or unwise choices. This often results in their accepting the nearest available offer regardless of suitability.
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