why would someone want to date to cope with the sadness of an ex?
do they ever really work out?
how long do they normally last?
my ex and I broke up 2 months ago and she began dating a new guy a little while after we broke up.
she seems very happy, but I can't see it working out.
are the people that are in rebound relationships acknowledge the fact they are in such a relationship? or do they think they are in just any other relationship?
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Q: why would someone want to date to cope with the sadness of an ex?
A: two reasons. one, to make their ex jealous, even if they hate their ex with a passion, its just something most people feel like they need to do. and two, so they won't feel so lonely, it will distract their mind from their ex, and also feel kind of, filled in.
Q: do they ever really work out? why?
A: yes, as a matter of fact, I'm in a rebound relationship. I have been in this same relationship for two years, and we have never really had any major problems. BUT, we have dated a long time before, we broke up because I lost my dad. but that's a completely different story, but maybe we got back because we known each other so well. really, it just depends on the circumstances.
Q: how long do they normally last?
A: usually not long at all, most likely the rebound person, realizes that its JUST rebound, and get fed up with the idea. so it usually ends within the first week or two.
don't worry about it, they most likely won't last. and just show you still care for her when they break. be her support.0