After a breakup, that intimacy is gone in a matter of few days and you are left feeling empty. It gives you a chance to feel that level of intimacy again.
It gives you hope to fill that empty feeling inside you.
She feels that perhaps this guy can make all her pain and the emptiness go away. Whenever she is with him, her mind is not thinking about the breakup and you. But still whenever she is alone, the pain comes back.
She can’t let go of this feeling of emptiness even though she is a new relationship.
You can’t believe that they’ve moved on so fast, so you consult your friend, search the Internet and everyone seems to say the same thing. The new guy/girl seems completely opposite of you and yet your ex seems committed to make this relationship work.
She still can’t let go of the empty feeling when she is alone.If they’ve been in the relationship for a few months or less, then it’s probably a rebound and it will end soon.On the other hand, if their relationship has been going on for over a year, then you can safely assume that the relationship is serious for them and it’s probably not a rebound.It’s an attempt to feel the same way you were feeling while you were in a relationship with your ex.It’s an attempt to have the same level of intimacy that you had with your ex, with someone else.Some people keep someone lined up for dating before breaking up just so they don’t have to be single for longer than a few days.That’s why it’s beneficial to understand the rebound behavior.It’s truly a gut wrenching feeling to think of your ex with someone else, especially if you are still in love with them and want to get them back.And the thought of it just being a rebound relationship is very comforting.Your ex broke up with you and left you heartbroken.And while you are still trying to understand what happened and pick up the shattered pieces of your life, your ex has started another relationship. Your ex seems happy and their new relationship seems to be going perfectly.