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I made the mistake of jumping in to a rebound relationship after a nasty nasty breakup. It wasn't fair to him as I used him for an emotional crutch when he wanted something serious but I just needed to know I was still loved and wanted. It helped to get over that person yes but I ended up hurting someone for my benefit and to me that's not okay. I learned it's best to be alone, heal, learn about yourself and what went wrong and when you're ready to find something new you can apply what you learned into the new relationship and build a better one than before. The easier route is rarely the right one to take and it is hard to be alone but it's important to heal afterwards.
Its called a rebound.. you're heart broken or living an emotional void. If that person who you might date take you seriously or fall for you.. the outcome wouldn't be nice at all. Its not fair... its more like you're using him not dating him.
If you are not over your ex... you are not definitely not ready to obtain a new relationship. Give yourself time in a year you'll be ready. I am definitely over my ex... there is more beautiful fishes out there that I deserve than the one idiot I was with.. Lol.😊 I am an achiever and I love my life more than ever!
That's great! I'm happy for you.
Yes it is! A huge red flag in a relationship is if one of you isn't fully committed, and if you're not over your ex then you're not fully committed. Wait a little to make sure you're over your ex, and if your relationship woes are time sensitive, you can talk to the person and tell them that you do really like them, but don't know if you're truly over your ex, so it wouldn't be far to them. Ask if they are willing to wait for you a little.
it isn't unfair to that person , but if it's too soon I wouldn't try it. I tried to go on dates and it just made me feel awkward. now months later I found someone I want to be with.
It's an absolute bad idea to try dating someone else when you aren't over your ex. It's not fair to them. It's not fair to you either. They'd just be a rebound and you'd be fooling yourself.
I think the best path to follow is to do your best to move on from the situation. Focus on yourself, life, achievements, etc. and where you want to go. Pursue your dreams!
don't date new people/make friends just to forget your ex
It is if you're still hoping to get them back, or are constantly comparing the new person to your ex.
It depends on every person. And, also on whose mistake it was. If, the ex isn't coming back, there's no reason waiting for her/him.
I wonder how else girls would try to heal, because in quite some cases I wonder how much time it would take in general. Depending on what happened, of course.
I don't know about guys, but for girls, time and distance is what does it. Depending on how much we cared about him, it can take anywhere from a couple weeks to a couple months to truly get over him.
You shouldn't go into a relationship if you haven't moved on yet, it's just not fair
Horrible to look for a rebound. You will hurt yourself and they person being used as rebound.
I think that for some people it's one of the best ways to get over their ex quicker.
Rebounds don't always help. It's better to learn to just be independent and heal on your own.
No, everyday is valuable and everyone wants to be happy. So, nothing wrong in having a new beginning...
If you won't compare him to your ex thenno it is not a bad idea
its a rebound, won't work in the long run. Better yourself and growing is the only way.
Its bad, its like you'll stay comparing, and that person well only feel like a rebound
No. You would literally be setting your self up for failure
It's not if you know what you're doing
Yes. Because you won't love that person
No, different things work for different people
Yes. It helps to move on
Yes it’s a bad decision
Rebounding is a bad idea... wait a while..
No it’s not
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