So how do you know if you’re a woman’s rebound guy? Take heed to these tips, tricks and warning signs and you can avoid the humiliation and heartache that inevitably accompanies a rebound relationship.
If it’s been less than three months, slow your roll. ” A woman is in no condition to enter a new relationship after a mere 30 days.
Three months is not a long time, although it may feel like forever when you’re recovering from a breakup. She’s probably still plotting revenge at that point.
If your gal was in a significantly serious relationship, she probably needs more time to mend her broken heart. If your lady friend still talks about so-and-so incessantly, you are definitely her rebound guy.
At first glance, a rebound relationship is an alluring alternative to heartbreak.
Blinded by the pain of rejection, women around the world are guilty of latching onto the first male passer-by in a feeble attempt to validate her self-worth.
Albeit unconscious, a wounded woman will seek a rebound relationship for the sole purpose of appeasing her own discomfort.
Trust me when I say women become willing to take drastic measures to prove to themselves once again that they are attractive, loveable and important.
In an effort to recreate the emotional security felt in their previous relationship, women will carry on a sexual and/or emotional affair and create what I like to call a “pseudo-relationship.” The rebound relationship is constructed by pure selfishness, knitted together by underhanded motives.
No matter which way you spin it, rebound relationships never replace true intimacy, but it’s easy for women to convince themselves otherwise.
If you have become the object of a rebound, you will likely be completely unaware of the function you serve.
You will unknowingly be engaged in a psychological game that will quickly end at your expense.