Dating on the rebound

Are they calling you The One even though you just met, like, ten seconds ago?In quiet moments, between basking in the adoration, do you feel sort of like a blank canvas they're projecting their feelings onto?Many people have a difficult time getting over an ex and will do just about anything to ease the loneliness and pain that follows the end of a relationship.Some will even jump immediately into another relationship while still attempting to heal emotionally from the lost of their previous love.Many women believe that they can love and nurture a man back to life and that when he decides to get over his ex, he will see her and realize all along that she was really “The One.” Usually it doesn’t work that way.You end up playing nursemaid to a man who when he is whole enough to now be attractive to the ex, he decides to take her back or he simply looks for someone else.He needs a chance to go through the phase of attempting to win his ex back and fail and then mourn the lost of that relationship before he is ready to be receptive to loving again.Right now he is a bleeding heart and bleeding hearts have no room to accept new love.

One of the most painful things to experience is the break up from someone in which you were connected to and really loved.

Nothing temporarily numbs the sting of a breakup quite like a rebound relationship.

Yes, they can occasionally be totally toxic, but under the right circumstances, they can actually be really beneficial.

You will know if a man is not on the rebound if he does not speak of his ex in a negative way, doesn’t compare you to his ex or attempts to get to know you for you instead of turning you into his counselor whom all he does is talk about his ex to.

If he is doing these things then although extremely tempting, let’s explore four reasons why it is very dangerous to attempt a relationship with a man on the rebound if you are searching for a healthy love experience.

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