Most Helpful Guys
It looks desperate yes, and probably is. I'd question what is really going on and the driver for it... like can they not stand being alone. It could be they are a fast processor of emotions, relationship wasn't that deep, their clock is ticking and they have a goal, etc..
What it feels like for the other person is they are unstable, not committed, and I didn't mean that much.
Depends on the circumstances and how often this occurs. Sometimes you meet someone really special, but if it happens to often it's symptomatic of underlying emotional problems and a lack of stability.
Most Helpful Girls
It would depend if that jump is the same day, a week, a month, a year... everyone has their own reasons for a relationship ending and the idea of how long between each relationship is purely down to the individuals. For example, my last relationship ended after 2 years in June; he threatened to kill me after trashing the house we bought together three months prior and I never went back. I reconnected with an old friend (who used to have a thing for me) and we met up maybe 4 times over the space of the last 6 months but I had plenty time to think and focus on myself because of how absent he was. I always fancied him but to him, I was just company as and when he felt like it and that's still the same now. I've walked away. In the last 3 months though, I've realised that right now, I'm actually really happy with my life; a stable job, amazing friends, close to my mum and everything is settled into exactly where I want it to be. Any man that would come along now, would only complete it but it doesn't make me desperate.
Desperate, needy, unavailable to be alone... pick a reason, lol.
I'd assume they're insecure with his or herself if they're jumping from person to person, and they need to figure out why they feel they need another person to be happy