Why does everyone get hurt in a rebound relationship
You may be considering a rebound relationship, so you need to know why everyone can get hurt in a rebound relationship.
Let’s look at the definition of rebound relationships: This is a relationship that a person engages in shortly after the breakup of their previous relationship. There are up to four people affected in this type of relationship: the new partner and the partners with whom you recently had a relationship.
There may be several reasons for embarking on this new relationship, one of them being revenge for hurting your previous partner or an attempt to make her jealous. This is not fair to the new partner or his former partner and is likely to be counterproductive, so generally in this situation no one wins and each person is hurt more.
Another reason is that the suddenly single person does not want to be alone and, therefore, in order not to have to be alone, quickly enter another relationship. People who are suddenly single seem to attract as partners, so two people who have just left one relationship can quickly jump into another.
There are a number of drawbacks or issues to be aware of with rebound ratios:
– People often have unresolved issues from their previous relationships, and by entering another relationship quickly, they may not have been able to resolve these issues and thus bring them into the new relationship.
– People can jump into these relationships by confusing comfort and sharing a common pain with love, so the relationship itself cannot be sustained and is relatively short-lived.
– People can use these relationships as a way to cover up their hurt emotions and avoid dealing with them, but they still need to resolve their feelings about the relationship and their lost love. When they begin to deal with those emotions, they may find that they have “gotten over” the person they are with now.
– People can enter another relationship quickly so they can feel good about themselves again, since being abandoned or having suffered a breakup can make a person feel unlovable. This often results in the relationship ending quickly as the new person cannot cope with the other person’s need.
Invariably, people involved in rebound relationships are unaware of the various emotions that drive their needs and really need to spend some time alone working on those issues and regaining their balance again before they are ready for another relationship.
It is important for someone who has just come out of a breakup to go through the pain of losing their previous partner, their relationship, and their dreams of a future together. This person needs to start feeling good about himself again and developing a plan for his future before looking for a potential new partner. This is so that they have something to contribute to the relationship and can build a healthy relationship with their new boyfriend or girlfriend.
As long as two people are contemplating a new relationship that fits into the category of a rebound relationship, it is more likely to be successful if these points are taken into consideration and problems are resolved and resolved. This can be a time of rapid growth and getting to know each other in the new relationship, but it requires both parties to be fully aware of what is happening to them.
Simply entering a rebound relationship without being fully aware of these factors can cause everyone to get hurt, when it is not really necessary.