It’s a quick fix, one in which we can drown out our pain by reveling in the emotional intensity and passion of a new found love.
Usually someone ends up being used and hurt as a result.I am previously divorced and have four children, ages 4-12.When I met my current husband, I was so excited for my children, he is so good with them and loves them.Don’t allow your new relationship partner to set the pace.If you do, you will find yourself in the middle of a whirlwind.Exchanging One Set Of Problems For Another: Don’t go into a rebound relationship expecting your new partner to make up for the shortcomings and mistakes of the old partner.
I like to call this the “knight is shining armor syndrome.” You may have just come out of a relationship that involved infidelity or abuse so, you turn around and expect your new partner to be able to make up for the pain you experienced in the old relationship.
More than likely, all you will do is exchange one set of problems for another.
You need to figure out what you want in a relationship before jumping into a new relationship.4.
Be honest with your new relationship partner about your intentions.6.
Being Used by The Rebounder: If you find yourself in a relationship with someone who has recently broken off a long term relationship, be cautious.
It is a misguided attempt to move on with our lives.