Rebound relationships...dating someone after an ex to help yourself heal, make your ex jealous, you're bored, lonely. etc. Who has had one? How'd it go? Did it make your ex jealous? was it worth it?
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Horrible idea. I got rebounded by a girl I truly cared about and it took months for me to get over, especially because this was a girl who I was very attracted to emotionally and physically. We had so much in common, it felt like she was my soulmate. Not only that, but after she left me, the next girl I saw 3 months later I felt like I was rebounding with. I felt so stupid for falling for a girl and believing her BS when she was just manipulating me into thinking she wanted a real relationship when in reality she just wanted sex and just wanted me for an ego boost and to get back at her ex. Very selfish on her part. She even had the nerve to say things like why can't I find any decent guys and i'm so glad i don't care about you anymore, makes it easier to find more guys worth my time on Facebook a few weeks after ditching me.
On a side note, the more i found out about her, the less i liked her. She is very over the top with her sexuality as if it defines her and has no self respect because she sends nudes out to strangers and posts them on the internet herself. She is also very dependent and cannot be single. Looking at her fb, she'd always go from guy to guy and could never be single. I find it funny when people who are never single criticize someone who isn't always in a relationship, having sex, etc. If you need significant other to be happy then you are weak.0