Why Rebound Relationships Don't Work

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When you separate from your partner, whether it is dating, a long-term relationship or a marriage, it leaves an emotional gap in your life that you feel the urge to fill. Your confidence and self-esteem will be low and you may feel as if no one will love you again. Essentially, you are looking to replace the lost companionship and friendship that you once had with your partner.

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This is when rebound relationships occur.

Like a boomer rang some of us rebound out of an important relationship straight into another. There may have been issues in the last relationship that were never truly resolved so the person rebounding may chose someone who is the complete opposite to their ex. This is an unseen way they think they have stopped repeating a pattern found in most of their ex partners.

On the other side of the coin a partner who is very similar to the ex may be chosen as if to keep reliving the relationship they were just in. In this case the person rebounding may have been forced out of the prior relationship and cannot come to terms with it ending.

When one rushes into rebound relationships, there occurs an emotional confusion. Initially, it may be appealing and creates the illusion that you have found someone different from your old partner. Nonetheless, rebound relationships seldom work out in the long run. One of the biggest problems of rebound relationships is that it does not give an individual enough time for healing processes. Further, once healed, the rebounder sometimes goes away, leaving the partner's heart in tatters. The best way to avoid these situations is to take some time to overcome the pain and misery of the past relationship. Search no more. Here are some amazing ways to get your ex back, beginning right now!

A rebound relationship is basically one that somebody gets into to fill that void after having split with another person. They can not be by themselves for a length of time because maybe they lack self esteem or any other reasons. They may find that they are jumping from one relationship to another never being able to make a commitment.

What should you do if someone like this wants to get together with you? You would be wise to pass on it because you are going to get wrapped up in their problems. Although if you dated but did not take it serious, you may be ok. Just be in control of your own life.

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Entering into a relationship too quickly after a break up can end up hurting both of the new partners.  If you think that you may be on the rebound, you should take a look at what you think of during an average day.  If you are still dwelling on the previous relationship and talking about it to friends instead of focusing on your new relationship, this could be a warning sign.  Experiencing feelings of anger and hurt after a break up is normal, but if you are still focusing on it when you are alone, you may be on the rebound.

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This article was published on 2010/09/09
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